Hope to see you there LA! I wish I could catch all these night’s and dj sets. Get your tix here.
All Ears is a documentary focusing on the Los Angeles instrumental Beat scene.
The L.A. community is often cited as the epicenter and origin of a worldwide movement and the documentary offers an insight into the open minds and ears of the producers behind the beats (dak, Ras G, Sacred, Kutmah, Dibia$e, House Shoes, DJ Nobody & many more).
All Ears looks at the network of record labels, collectives and events that have formed a united community continually growing and diversifying by the day. Madlib and the late J Dilla are the two most notable influences whose great impact is heavily reflected upon within the documentary.
“The last 10-20 years has been the age of the emcee, now it’s the era of the producer. Like Q-Tip said everything moves in cycles.”- Computer Jay
FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY SCREENINGS WITH SHOWS AFTER:
FRIDAY: NOBODY + JEREMY SOLE
SATURDAY: ANTHONY VALADEZ + COMPUTER JAY
SUNDAY: HOUSE SHOES + SOUNDFOUNDER
Update : 4:20 pm | 23 July 2013
Passes/RSVP’s are all gone! However we will have a standby line! Arrive early and we will have spots for those who did not RSVP to get in and enjoy the movie! Can’t wait! See you there!
It’s Summer time! Let’s get out and hang on a Sunday evening and watch one of my favorite counter culture documentaries that inspired Mear One to get involved in art! We have been planning this for some time and Im finally excited to see this come intro fruition. The folks over at the Oscar Outdoors and KCRW’s Event Department have been hard at work to make this happen! I’ll be on the turntables with some B Boys and street artists showcasing work in real time. I’m also excited to announce that the film’s co director Henry Chalfant will be in the house for an introduction and Q&A.
KCRW & OSCARS OUTDOORS Present Style Wars
Sunday, July 28 at 6PM
On Sunday, July 28 Oscars Outdoors and KCRW present Style Wars, the 1983 counterculture documentary about street art and hip hop in New York City. Featuring music from KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez, the experience will also include street artists in action, an introduction by and conversation with the film’s co-director Henry Chalfant, live b-boy dance performances, a street art gallery and NYC style food trucks.
Bring your picnic baskets, blankets, lawn chairs, BYO beer & wine and enjoy a night under the stars! Capacity is limited, so reserve your spot now (there will also be a standby line at the door night-of). Come early to grab your spot on the lawn – gates open at 6pm.
1341 Vine St. (enter on Homewood Ave.)
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Complimentary parking is available in the Academy’s Pickford Center lot off of Homewood Ave. Additional public parking lots are located in the nearby area.
MORE ABOUT OSCARS OUTDOORS
Launched in 2012 Oscars Outdoors, the gold standard of open-air screenings, presents fan-favorite classics in the heart of Hollywood throughout the summer. The series also connects artists and filmmakers with the audience by providing opportunities for pre-screening conversations. The venue serves the Academy and the community as an event space for special screenings and educational programs.