Documenting a benefit acoustic concert performed by Rappaport, Concert effectively relays the creative process of an artist from the inception of an idea for a song to its performance onstage. An accomplished singer-songwriter, Rappaport wrote most of the original music and lyrics in the film. Concert follows Rappaport through a series of interviews describing the inspiration and stories behind the songs and the songs behind the stories, providing astounding insight into the inner workings of a creative mind.
Concert has previously been shown at industry screenings, including the American Bar Association International Legal Symposium on the World of Music, Film, Television and Sports, the Women in Film Independent Film Series, the Boca Raton Museum of Art and the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival. Having already received accolades at these screenings, Rappaport is looking forward to presenting Concert to an international audience through this collaboration with DocMiami. “On behalf of the producers of Concert, we are honored and excited to be a part of the DocMiami International Film Festival,” said Rappaport.
We applaud the festival’s ongoing artistic commitment to the documentary arts and are proud to be involved with it as our film makes its international debut at DocMiami; an international festival in a city that is a worldwide Mecca for the arts.
The official screening for Concert is slated for Thursday, December 6, 2012, at 7:00 pm. Richard Warren Rappaport will attend the DocMiami International Film Festival to present his film with executive producer René Katz.
About Director and Producer Richard Warren Rappaport
Richard Warren Rappaport is a BMI recording artist, songwriter and publisher. His recordings have been used in film and on television and radio. His soulful composition, Louisiana Way, was in the soundtrack of the CBS Television Movie of the Week, The Madam’s Family: The Truth About the Canal Street Brothel and was placed in consideration for an Emmy™ nomination for background source music. His ballad, Sail Into The Sun, charted into the Top 20 on the national FMQB Adult Contemporary charts. And his pop tribute, Great Rock ‘N’ Roll, became the theme song for the television show Hello Hollywood.
Rappaport is also a prominent entertainment attorney and is co-chair of the ABA’s annual International Legal Symposium on the World of Music, Film, Television and Sports. He has had numerous articles published and has lectured extensively in entertainment law. He is an alumnus of Georgetown University Law Center, the University of Miami School of Law, and Boston University School of Management. He has produced for television and has been an on-air personality, hosting American Law and co-hosting the television show Hello Hollywood.
He is active in civic, community and charitable organizations in South Florida, New York and Los Angeles, and is completing his first book, STAR: Finding Artistic and Commercial Success in the New Entertainment Industry, to be published by ABA Publishing in 2013. Concert is Rappaport’s debut film.
About Doc Miami
Doc Miami is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the best that documentary filmmaking has to offer worldwide. We seek to provide filmmakers a forum in which to promote their unique contributions to the evolution of the cultural arts within South Florida and within the entertainment industry as a whole. In addition Doc Miami hosts a documentary film festival to promote up and coming documentary filmmakers at a local, national and international level. We provide educational outreach programs for young filmmakers grades 6-12. In an effort to give back, Doc Miami has hosted benefit concerts to raise funds in order to build much needed schools in Tanzania.
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