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Soul of Cinema Screens Fela Kuti: Music is the Weapon
Performing Arts | Film
Date: October 20, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Show map
The Underground
421 E. 26th Street
Charlotte

Contact: TamaRa Nzadi
Phone: 704-493-4392
Email: soulofcinemamoviereview@yahoo.com

In celebration of Mother of George director Andrew Dosunmu to direct a Fela Kuti biopic, we are celebrating the life and music of the Father of Afrobeat...Fela Kuti We will be reviewing the documentary, Fela Kuti: Music is the Weapon. A $5 love donation at the door.  This event is celebrating culture and music of Nigeria as well as the music and activism of Fela Kuti. We will have a brief discussion after the screening. We will also have food and drinks to share that will include some authentic Nigerian dishes. Also, to honor the Father of Afrobeat we ask that you come dressed as one of Fela's dancers or as a member of the band or in your African best.  If you don't have any African attire that is fine.  Just come as you are.




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