Previously at the ICA - Films
14 Nov 2008
A view of the music that blossomed in the Latino community of the South Bronx, from the late 1940s when mambo burst onto the New York cultural scene through the birth of hip hop in the 70s. The film chronicles two generations who grew up on the same streets, using rhythm as their form of rebellion.Screening with Grant Leigh Saunders' short film B.L.A.C.K. An Aboriginal Song of Hip-Hop.
In partnership with the Hip Hop Association.
Dir Henry Chalfant, US 2006, 60 mins