14 year Anniversary Screening of Afro-Punk Wednesday, August 29, 2018, Hammer Museum LA, CA
2004 Award-winning documentary AFRO-PUNK. will screen at The Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024, on WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29TH & 7:30 PM The film will be screened in English. This event is the film's Anniversary screening 14 years after the film premiere.
By: AfroPunk Film
LOS ANGELES - Aug. 26, 2018 - PRLog -- AWARD-WINNING DOCUMENTARY "Afro-Punk."
TO SCREEN AT Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024 WITH SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY Afro-Punk Director James Spooner
Powerful Film Tells the Story of four black people from different cities who are immersed in overwhelmingly white punk scenes. Featuring performances by Bad Brains and Cipher and exclusive interviews with Fishbone, Dead Kennedys, and Candiria, the film gives a voice to black punk fans, who are often excluded from both white and black music communities.
WHAT: Film screening and discussion of Afro-Punk.
WHERE: HAMMER SCREENINGS| AFRO-PUNK, HAMMER MUSEUM
ADDRESS: 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024
WHEN: WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29TH & 7:30 PM
SPEAKERS: California Institute of the Arts professor TISA BRYANT, celebrated writer ERNEST HARDY and director JAMES SPOONER
Free and open to the public; for more information, call or e-mail
Michelle Mitchell at (516) 387-2227 or Michelle.Mitchell@
2004 Award-winning documentary AFRO-PUNK. will screen at The Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024
on WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29TH at 7:30 PM. The film will be screened in English. This event is the film's Anniversary screening 14 years after the film premiere.
Praised as "an excellent documentary…"
This screening is sponsored by HAMMER MUSEUM and THE BLACK BOOK.
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The Hammer Museum is an art museum and cultural center in Los Angeles known for its artist-centric and progressive array of exhibitions and public programs. Affiliated with UCLA. The Hammer Museum believes in the promise of art and ideas to illuminate our lives and build a more just world
The Black Book
A collaborative project of author and California Institute of the Arts professor Tisa Bryant and celebrated writer Ernest Hardy, The Black Book chronicles black life and thought through literature, cinema, and other media. Each chapter is a living archive: a photo album, mixtape, and love letter to the past, present, and future of black aesthetics.