12:00 PM
to 1:33 PM

Humpday
28 Attendees
Location Paramount
About  A farcical comedy about straight male bonding gone a little too far.

2:30 PM
to 4:03 PM

Soul Power
12 Attendees
Location Paramount
About  Jeffrey Levy-Hinte takes us on an epic trip back to 1974 when the most famous R & B acts in the world, including James Brown, B.B. King, and Bill Withers, put on 12 hour long concert to help promote Muhammad Ali and George Foreman's historic "Rumble in the Jungle" in Kinshasa, Zaire. (U.S. Premiere)

5:00 PM
to 6:25 PM

All Tomorrow's Parties
33 Attendees
Location Paramount
About  In an out-of-season holiday camp on the coast of England, cult music festival All Tomorrow's Parties serves up a heady combination of alternative music, crazy golf and chalet-living; all curated by a single band or artist.
This post-punk DIY bricolage uses material generated by the fans and musicians themselves, on a multitude of formats including Super8, camcorder and mobile phone material, over the history of the festival, tocapture the uncompromising spirit of a parallel music universe.

7:30 PM
to 8:59 PM

Along Came Kinky...Texas Jewboy for Governor
30 Attendees
Location Paramount
About  Along Came Kinky...chronicles singing Jewish cowboy Kinky Friedman's 2006 independent gubernatorial campaign in Texas. See the outspoken Kinky, his campaign staff strategizing for an unprecedented four-way race, and grass roots volunteers canvassing the state to raise awareness and money for their unlikely but incredibly sharp candidate.

10:00 PM
to 11:30 PM

Favela on Blast
25 Attendees
Location Paramount
About  For 20 years, a subculture in Brazil has emerged under society's radar. Favela on Blast tells the stories of sex, love, poverty and pride for Rio's marginalized people. They have their own language, style, and heroes. It's a movie that's fast, heavy and violent like the city itself. This film is a flash of a few lives of charismatic people that relate to the funk music and a retelling of the subculture itself.

10:00 PM
to 11:30 PM

Locusts
6 Attendees
Location Paramount
About  Detroit-based Hip-Hop artists, Invincible and Finale, rhyme about how short-term profit-driven urban development schemes displace communities in their city. Through music, lyrics, and interviews with youth and community activists, including Grace Lee Boggs, Jessica Care Moore, and others, this groundbreaking documentary/music video offers alternative forms of economic development that engages communities and prioritizes the health and well-being of inner city neighborhoods.