Monday, July 11, 2011

The Bronx Museum of the Arts Sponsors First Friday Film Nights

Here is another cultural activity sponsored by the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Even though the events are free to the public, they do request you RSVP. Please see the attached for more information.


First Fridays!: FILM NIGHT

On the first Friday of every month, the Bronx Museum offers free admission to a night of film, art, performance, music and other special programming.

July 15, 2011, 7-10pm
RSVP on Facebook

Joyce Kilmer Park
Grand Concourse Bet E 161 St and E 164 St
Bronx, NY (Map it)

Music by Iboru (Afro-Cuban, Yoruba, Rumba)

Film screenings

Michelle Medina, Morocco, 2010, 59min.
All I Wanna Do follows the dreams of 48-year-old Simohamed who works as a parking guard and his 17-year-old son Ayoub, who acts in Hollywood films such as Charlie Wilson's War. When Ayoub's dreams of going to Hollywood are dashed he turns to music and forms a hip hop group with his father. Like fish out of water, the duo set out to meet their heroes, enter studios and radio stations for the first time in an adventure through the music industry of Casablanca.

Charlie Ahearn, USA, 2005, 8min.
An East African MC, Balozi Dola, wanders into a Bronx barbershop on his pilgrimage to find “the real hip hop.” Stubeling upon the pioneers of the New York hip hop scene, including Grandmaster Flash’s original partner DJ Eazy Mike, Balozi enters the scene rhyming with Grandmaster Caz.

Film screenings in collaboration with the African Film Festival
Admission: Free (outdoor event!)
Rain Location: Bronx Museum

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