Georgio Brown Productions & 206 Zulu presents:
THE COOLOUT LEGACY
a Northwest Hip Hop Documentary
This film captures the emerging sounds and sights of Seattle’s golden age of 90’s Hip Hop through the eyes of Georgio Brown and The Coolout Network. Featuring NastyMix, Wordsayer, Piece, DJ Roc’Phella, Specs Wizard, Funkdaddy, Supreme La Rock, Silent Lambs Project, Silver Shadow D, VJD, E-Dawg, B-Mello and more. Executive Produced by Georgio Brown. Produced by Scott Macklin, Kitty Wu, Mike Clark, Tishuana Crockett.
The Coolout Legacy will be screened as part of Hip Hop History Month 2019 and the Seattle Hip Hop Film Festival 2019. For full listings, visit 206Zulu.com.
Sponsored by Office of Arts & Culture Seattle.
CoolOut TV was a foundational platform for the Seattle/King County community to learn about and engage in the areas local Hip Hop scene which included musicians, dancers and visual artists. The program was a staple for over 16 years on television and for many was the only outlet for people to learn about what was happening locally in the pre internet and YouTube era.
Doors: 5:30PM / Festival Screening: 6:00PM
Join us on November 23rd from 6pm to 9pm at Washington Hall for a collection of hip-hop short films from around the world & Seattle. We will also be screening, “The Coolout Legacy,” a northwest hip-hop documentary by Georgio Brown.
Filmmakers Q&A + mixer to follow screening.
Tickets = $10 online / $15 at the door. Grab your ticket now and we’ll see you on November 23rd! —> www.filmfreeway.com/seattlehiphopfilmfestival/tickets