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I Love Hip Hop in Morocco (2007)

A determined group of Moroccan Hip Hop hopefuls band together to create their country's first Hip Hop festival, a celebration of music, unity, and free speech.

Directors:

Joshua Asen (co-director), Jennifer Needleman (co-director)
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Our story begins with a group of Moroccan Hip Hop artists who share a single dream: to rock a professional concert for a hometown crowd. Unfortunately, resistance is strong in their society and resources scarce. With the help of the American filmmaker, they appeal to the American Embassy for funding and begin the journey that will lead to the 'I Love Hip Hop in Morocco' festival. This film reflects the thoughts and dreams of the true future of the Arab world: its youth. These are not the images portrayed by the media; these are the real people. And their views on America, Islam, and the world in general, might surprise more than a few people around the globe. Written by Joshua Asen/Jennifer Needleman

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

Arabic | French | English

Release Date:

2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Morocco

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Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Rizz Productions See more »
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Color:

Color | Color (MiniDV)
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fun to watch
20 September 2014 | by xvikingerxSee all my reviews

i was an old hip hop fan because that's what you find out when you open your eyes to the music as a child, after that i found out what my taste is, and its metal, growing up in that kind of society as in the documentary, i appreciate the way of documenenting, they started with hip hop then metal/hrd rock scene(problems in morocco. DO not think that all these people are hip hop fans, they just like free concerts, and are thirsty for big events that are for free, the same numbers got in the metal concerts too. anyways the documentary is not boring at all as i thought, and i enjoyed it, even though i am not a hip hop fan. i do recommend it.


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