PRLog - Feb. 28, 2012 - DORAL, Fla. -- Celebrate Miami Film Month with DocMiami International Film Festival and filmmaker/star of the documentary, Esther Anderson who will be present for a Q & A Session after the film. Special guest speaker, Maya Angelou’s grandson, Elliott Jones as well as Bob Marley’s cousin, singer Alex Marley and his nephew, Good Morning America - Chef, Charles Maddock Aston Barrett Jr. and his band "Reggae Force" will also contribute to this wonderful evening.
Through intimate scenes shot on a Sony video camera in the 1970s, Jamaican filmmaker Esther Anderson artfully constructed the union between Reggae and Rasta that launched the international career and renowned image of Bob Marley and The Wailers. Revisiting that formative time, she reveals to what degree her original vision set in motion the radical change of perception and consciousness both musically and socially around the world. “DocMiami is incredibly honored to be able to present this documentary to South Florida in celebration of Miami Film Month.” said Monica Rosales DocMiami, Executive Director.
In 2011, DocMiami was Recognized in ProductionHub as "Spiciest Film Festival". DocMiami is an organization dedicated to promoting the best that documentary filmmaking has to offer worldwide. DocMiami seeks to provide filmmakers a forum which promotes their unique contributions to the evolution of the cultural arts within South Florida and within the entertainment industry as a whole.
Bob Marley: The Making of a Legend screening followed by Q & A with Esther Anderson
March 15, 2012 at 7:00pm Tower Theater - Miami Dade College 1508 Southwest 8th Street Miami, FL 33135 Tickets can be purchased for $6.63 online at http://docmiamibobmarley.eventbrite.com/
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Contact: Verena Faden
DocMiami International Film Festival
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