Posts Tagged ‘Garry Beitel’

Free Socalled show and screening in Parc Lafontaine August 4th


Remember Socalled? If you’re a fan and happen to live in or around Montreal, you’re in for a treat. An outdoors treat at that. (Ah, isn’t summer sweet.) Next Thursday July 4th, at 7:30 p.m., you are invited to a double Socalled bonanza at Parc Lafontaine’s Théâtre de Verdure, an exterior stage set in the


The Socalled Movie hits the big screen


After premiering at Hot Docs in May, and becoming available for “rental” on Youtube in the US, The Socalled Movie has come home to roost. The Socalled Movie, Garry Beitel’s feature-length documentary about hip-hop/klezmer artist Socalled enjoyed its Montreal premiere at the Ukrainian Federation last Thursday (in the heart of Mile-End, Socalled’s own neighbourhood), and


The Socalled Movie: An interview with director Garry Beitel


Meet Socalled, aka Josh Dolgin. He’s a multi-disciplinary musician and artist whose unique blend of klezmer, hip hop and funk is blasting through the boundaries that separate music of different cultures, eras and generations. The Socalled Movie will have its Canadian premiere at the Hot Docs Film Festival, which kicked off yesterday. A while back,


Q&A with director Garry Beitel on documentary filmmaking

Blogger Julie Matlin interviews director Garry Beitel about the world of documentary filmmaking.