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Amir Bar-Lev's ("The Tillman Story") latest documentary, "Re:Generation," is a limited engagement you don't want to miss. His behind-the-scenes approach delves deep into the creative processes of five DJ-producers as they collaborate with dozens of artists and musicians renowned the world over to produce "new" electronic music from five different genres.

The project, which initially began as a music platform for the launch of a new sports car from Hyundai, evolved into something more culturally relevant when the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (aka the Grammys) cosigned and enlisted DJ Premier, The Crystal Method, Pretty Lights, Mark Ronson and Skrillex to reimagine a specific genre of music (not of their own choosing) to create somewhat original tracks.

"Re:Generation" is more about the means to an end than the end itself, since technology has heavily influenced how these DJs and producers operate. Bar-Lev's film vividly illustrates that the »

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