Documentary screening as part of the Arab Film Festival
This sincere documentary offers a glimpse of the burgeoning Moroccan hip-hop scene. The film follows several of the nation�s most prominent hip-hop performers H-Kayne, Fatima and Brown Fingaz, as they come together to organize Morocco�s first major hip-hop festival. Through this trying process emerges a candid dialogue into what it means to be true to hip-hop, and at the same time true to their culture, religion, family, and themselves.
Director: Joshua Asen & Jennifer Needleman
USA, 2006, 99 minutes
This screening is part of the Arab Film Festival. For details on the festival, please visit www.aff.org
Cost: $10.00 general admission, $8.00 students/seniors
This documentary is being shown together with the short film Detroit Unleaded and the ticket price includes both films.
Sponsor(s): Arab Film Festival
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