Documentary screening as part of the Arab Film Festival
Saturday, November 03, 2007
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Writer's Guild Theater
135 South Doheny Drive
Beverly Hills, CA
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
This documentary is being shown together with the short film Detroit Unleaded and the ticket price includes both films.
Cost : $10.00 general admission, $8.00 students/seniors
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Sponsor(s): , Arab Film Festival