Free Film Screening November 1, 2011
7:30 pm / St. John School of the Arts, Cruz Bay
Directed by Klaus Schneyder: 55 minutes, 2011, Documentary
The film celebrates the incredible art form of making music using only the human body through vocal percussion primarily involving the art of producing drum beats, rhythm, and musical sounds using one’s mouth, lips, tongue, and voice. Linked to the hip hop movement and stemming from the hardship of poverty and the lack of instruments, a pioneer was inspired to imitate drum rhythms with his mouth – his brilliance creating the term ‘Human Beatbox.’
The documentary features artists from New York, California, Florida, Spain, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Belgium, Canada, Austria and Germany, who demonstrate their amazing techniques which often seem impossible to audiences at first sight, but see for yourselves….
LEARN SOMETHING NEW YOURSELVES & BRING THE YOUNG ADULTS AND TEENAGERS, THEY WILL LOVE THIS FILM!
MEET THE PRODUCER ANGELA VISCIDO AFTER THE SCREENING!
Angela Viscido is a videographer, editor, entrepreneur and president of Eclectrix, Inc., a full service multimedia company specializing in live performances. Angela has been committed to the visual and performing arts for the past 29 years. This includes starting a company to enhance talent in the actors, dance and music industries by creating and developing marketing visuals for the performers. Angela is currently working both in New York City and UK.