2015 Festival Rewind-Music in Mali
Some films cancelled due to snow storm will be shown at the Journey Museum in Rapid City. FREE to 2015 BHFF Passholders!
Monday, June 29 at the Journey Museum in Rapid City, SD.
Social begins 6:00 pm, film 6:30, discussion 8-9 pm.
Music in Mali: Life is Hard, Music is Good
“Music In Mali: Life Is Hard, Music Is Good” is a feature-length documentary about the musicians, dancers and everyday people of Mali who are creating inspiring heartfelt music in some of the most difficult living conditions of West Africa. For the past five years, Kanaga System Krush (KSK) Records have been recording and documenting the lives of a small group of musicians from Mali. “Music In Mali” features artists such as Djeli Mady, Mangala Camara, Dejenba Seck, and Toumani Diabate, in intimate settings, performing their music and sharing their story. From one of the world’s poorest and most polluted countries viewers will hear and see the music of ceremony and celebration that inspires musicians around the globe including celebrities such as Bonnie Raitt, Taj Mahal, Ry Cooder and Bannning Eyre. From the villages of the Segou to the ghettos of Bamako the message is clear “Life is hard, music is good”.
cash bar • beer • wine • candy • soft drinks available
This Presentation is a joint effort by the Black Hills Film Festival and the Alternative Film Society. The screening is FREE if you present your 2015 Black Hills Film Festival Pass. Otherwise an $8 donation is suggested for those without a BHFF pass.
Watch the Trailer!