this thursday (july 31) marks the los angeles premiere of this is the life - a documentary that explores the vibrant and influential hip-hop scene that emerged in the early ’90s from a south central LA health food store called the good life. fans of freestyle fellowship, project blowed, beneath the surface, etc., will definitely want to check it out.
Directed by former Good Life emcee Ava DuVernay, the film features interviews and performances from members of Freestyle Fellowship, Jurassic 5 and more. Good Life archivist Fat Mike will be DJing, and a filmmaker Q&A with Ava DuVernay will follow the screening.
July 31 at 7:30pm
The Silent Movie Theater
611 N Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, 90036
there are still tickets available, but i hear they’re going fast! get yours .
check out an interview with duvernay about the film at . and check out the movie’s trailer below:
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