We are very proud to announce that Play The Documentary has been officially selected to be screened at the 2016 Phoenix Film Festival April 7-14.
You can get tickets to the festival online here by following this link. TICKETS
This is a huge honor for us, to be a part of Phoenix Film Festival. Many of the cast and crew are native born Phoenicians and currently live here in the valley. The film will be screened in the Medium Length Documentary category on April 9th, 10th and 14th. We hope to see a full house. Featured in this poster is Phoenix resident Julian Davis. Julian is a chromatic harmonica player who plays his music wherever he can. You can catch him sometimes near the Biltmore underpass playing for people passing by, or in a concert hall filled with hundreds of jazz lovers. Julian gets his inspiration from artists such as Stevie Wonder. He performs with a battery powered amplifier with a microphone as we record him playing some of his original music.This is the first official screening of our film, stay tuned for more updates as we will be throwing a party for this one!!
In the film we travel from New York to Dublin, from Galway to San Francisco. We feature artists from California, Utah, Hawaii, New York, Arizona, Ireland, and so many other places. We stopped by the Facebook campus for a fundraiser for Little Kids Rock. We got to see many young students that have received a positive impact from the help of Little Kids Rock. We sit with some teachers and discuss the struggles of being a music teacher with no school funding as well as what it’s like getting help from Little Kids Rock. There is so much that is in this film that so many can connect with. We hope this film allows us all to see the importance of music and that our children deserve a chance to play.