The documentary Breaking a Monster will screen Tuesday, June 21 at 7:30 p.m at the Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35th Ave, New York, NY 11106) with director Luke Meyer and Producer Luke Meyer in person. The screening will be followed by a live performance by the band featured in the documentary, Unlocking the Truth.
Starring NYC Guitar School student Alec Atkins, Breaking a Monster curso online excel avan?ado gr?tis begins as the three members of the Brooklyn band Unlocking the Truth are all in the seventh grade. African American boys who atypically spend their weekends playing a blend of heavy metal and speed punk for gawking crowds in Times Square, Malcolm, Jarad, and Alex become sudden Internet sensations thanks to a live video that goes viral. They take on a 70-year-old industry veteran as manager, and with his guidance sign a $1.8 million record deal that puts all kinds of things in motion—festival shows, merchandising, celebrity meet and greets—before they have recorded a single note, and before their voices have dropped to a metal-worthy growl. An entertaining and revelatory behind-the-scenes music documentary for the YouTube generation, as well as a coming-of-age tale that interrogates notions of race, class, and showbiz in the 21st century, Breaking a Monster is an American success story unlike any other. It also seriously rocks.
Tickets can be purchased online. UnionDocs readers can receive a 20% discount with the code “MONSTER20.” Tickets are $11.25 for members at the Film Lover and MoMI Kids Premium levels and free for Silver Screen members and above. Contact online Pills [email protected] can you buy temovate over the counter