Strange Loop short ‘Conspiracy’ wins a Telly

Malcolm London in "Conspiracy"

Malcolm London in “Conspiracy”

Short film
about Chicago-based
rapper, poet,
and activist
Malcolm London wins
Original Documentary

Some Call it a Conspiracy: A Malcolm London Story directed by Strange Loop founder David Huzieran has garnered a Telly Award in the Documentary: Individual category.

The short doc follows Chicago-local rapper / poet / activist Malcolm London over the course of six months. In this time, it takes viewers on a journey through the sights, sounds and deepest thoughts of Malcolm and his family, friends, and mentors (including appearances by Chance The Rapper and Kevin Coval).



“Honored to have this piece of work recognized,” says Strange Loop Executive Producer, Luca Valente. “We have a number of new original content projects in the works and are excited to continue showcasing premium stories that entertain the eye as well as encourage offline dialogue among audiences.”

Strange Loop is a full service commercial production company headquartered in Chicago, represented by SG+Partners. With a roster of seven directors stationed across the US their reach extends beyond the screen with creative that pushes the traditional molds, raising the bar for the ever-evolving consumer experience.

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