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Filmmatic: An Evening of Rare Hip Hop Documentaries

Filmmatic: An Evening of Rare Hip Hop Documentaries

| On 26, Apr 2013

“Filmmatic: An Evening of Rare Hip Hop Documentaries” this Monday at 6:30 and Dos Lives will be attending.

Filmmatic is part of a larger event series called the Red Bull Music Academy. Red Bull has teamed up with infamous hip-hop archeologist Ego Trip, and filmmaker Andreas Vingaard to screen three rare films from the ‘80s and early ‘90s. The screenings will be followed by a conversation with all three directors and some of the films’ protagonists, including Afrika Bambaataa, Schoolly D, and “freestyle hip hop” dance legend Buddha Stretch.

Venue: Sunshine Cinema

Address: 143 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002
Price: $12 (All Ages)

Screenings: “Beat This” by Dick Fontaine (1984), “Big Fun In The Big Town” by Bram van Splunteren (1986), “Reckin’ Shop: Live from Brooklyn” (1992) by Diane Martel / Panel: Afrika Bambaataa, Schoolly D, Buddha Stretch, Dick Fontaine, Diane Martel, Bram van Splunteren; hosted by Chairman Mao.

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The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and for more info, visit www.redbullmusicacademy.com/events/new-york-2013-filmmatic,

Check back here at Dos Lives for pictures and video from the event.

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