It was great to see Atlanta come out and support this film without a blown-out promotional campaign. Especially those who haven’t experienced FunkJazz Kafé Arts & Music Festival! It’s not just Atlanta’s history but it’s also a part of the fabric of classic American cultural arts for the past seventeen (almost eighteen) years. Educating new patrons about a people’s love for creativity and truly living it is what we’re all about. A big “Thank You!” to the Atlanta Film Festival and all those who attended. Shot out to V-103’s Kenny Burns and Terry Bello, Creative Loafing film critic, Edward Adams, Deidre McDonald (Bronze Lens Film Festival, Director) and Michael Anthony (Walls That Bleed, Producer/Director) for coming out and supporting the film.
After the screening at the Landmark Art Cinemas, a text from Senor Kaos to “FunkJazz Kafé: Diary Of A Decade” director, Jason Orr read, “Truly amazing movie!” As well as the like of James Brown’s daughter, Yamma Brown, texting “The film was great!” and Jazz trumpeter, Joey Summerville chimed in saying “This is a GREAT movie… not just good!” Red Pill said it was “Monumental and inspiring!” Cast member, Ray Murray (Organized Noize) said after watching it that he felt “glad to be a part of greatness…. the history involved is what’s so fascinating.”
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The Q & A…..
Thanks again to the Atlanta Film Festival and all who came.