August 16, 2011
Webster University Film Series Presents
What: From the shifting fault lines of Hollywood fantasies and the economic and racial tensions of Reagan’s America, Fishbone rose to become one of the most original bands of the last 25 years. With a blistering combination of punk and funk they demolished the walls of genre and challenged the racial stereotypes and political order of the music industry and the nation. Telling it like it is, the iconic Laurence Fishburne narrates Everyday Sunshine, a story about music, history, fear, courage and funking on the one. (Lev Anderson & Chris Metzler, 2010, USA, 107 min.)
Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone
Q&A by Director Chris Metzler following the screenings on August 26th.
For more information please visit: http://www.fishbonedocumentary.com/
When: Aug. 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 pm
Where: All films are screened in Moore Auditorium on the campus of Webster University, 470 E. Lockwood, Webster Groves, MO 63119 unless noted.
Cost: Admission is $6 for the general public, $5 for seniors (60 +), students from other schools and Webster alumni, and $4 for Webster University staff and faculty unless otherwise noted.
The Webster University Film Series receives funding from the Regional Arts Commission and the Missouri Arts Council - a state agency.
With its home campus in St. Louis, Webster University is the only Tier 1, private, non-profit U.S.-based university providing a network of international residential campuses. Founded in 1915, Webster University’s campus network today includes metropolitan, military and corporate locations around the world, as well as traditional campuses in Asia, Europe and North America. The university is committed to delivering high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.