The films made by The Stranger's Charles Mudede and Robinson Devor have gone to Sundance and Cannes, and, right now, the two artists have enveloped an entire museum in a filmic installation shot in Seattle's parks (at the Museum of Northwest Art in La Conner). But for tonight's event, the Zimbabwe-born, Seattle-rooted Mudede is doing a different kind of ambitious, geopolitical movie tour. In a collage of sound, clips, and words, he's mapping global blackness. It's inspired by black British musician Barry Adamson, black French Hegelian Frantz Fanon, and black American director Charles Burnett. Expect it to be mesmerizing, and not without laughter. (Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St,, 6 pm, $10)