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Janelle Monae Shows Us The Importance Of Staying True To Yourself In 'Dirty Computer (An Emotion Picture)'

April 27, 2018

 

 

Since as far back as we can remember, society has always programmed us into believing that we should conform to a certain way. The individuals who differed from society's "standards" were always outcasted or deemed "unacceptable". In Janelle Monae's latest album, 'Dirty Computer', she talks about just that. She references "dirty computers" as the group of people who are considered an outcast to society and makes the statement that they should never lose their beautiful identities for anyone. To accompany the album, Janelle Monae also released a film titled 'Dirty Computers (Emotion Picture)'. The film follows the same concept as the album and is set in a futuristic world. It stars Janelle Monae, Tessa Thompson and Jayson Aaron.

 

FILM CREDITS

 

Jane 57821 - Janelle Monae

Zen - Tessa Thompson

Che - Jayson Aaron

 

Virgin Victoria - Michelle Hart

Cleaner #1 - Dyson Posey

Cleaner #2 - Jonah Lee

 

Executive Produced by - Janelle Monae, Nate "Rocket" Wonder, Chuck Lightning, Mikael Moore, Julie Greenwald

Co-Executive Produced by - Kelli Andrews, Ian Blair, Alan Ferguson

 

Directed by - Andrew Donoho, Chuck Lightning

Written by - Chuck Lightning

Additional Story Ideas and Vision by - Janelle Monae, Nate "Rocket" Wonder, Alan Ferguson, 

Music Videos Written and Directed by - Alan Ferguson, Emma Westenberg, Andrew Donoho, Lacey Duke

Produced by - Nicole Acacio, Ian Blair

Associate Produced by - Deonna Young-Stephens

Music Videos Produced by - Justin Benoliel, Judy Craig, Melissa Ekholm, Maya Table, Ian Blair

Original Music Score by - Nate "Rocket" Wonder, Wynne Bennett

Wardrobe by - Alexandra Mandalkorn

Hair by - Nikki Nelms

Makeup by - Jessica Smalls

Director of Photography - Todd Banhazl

Production Design by - Fernanda Guerrero

Edited by - Andrew Donoho, Taylor Brusky

Choreography by - Jemel McWilliams

Sound Design by - Jackie Zhou

 

 

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