Death Metal Angola chronicles the efforts of a group of orphans in Huambo, Angola, to organize and implement the country's first rock concert. The film explains how the specific genre of death metal became a source of healing for war-torn orphans and how their passion for music became a movement that could inspire others.
This documentary will be screened in conjunction with the Museum's exhibition of Alfredo Jaar's work Muxima, which uses folk music to tell a contemporary narrative about the African country of Angola. Jaar has completed several projects throughout Africa including Nigeria and, most notably, Rwanda.
Charcuterie and a Movie Package for Two
Enjoy some nibbles and wine during the lecture and film.
$50 members | $60 nonmembers
Fruit + Fromage + Charcuterie Plate
Artisanal Cheeses / Cured Meats/ Seasonal Fruits
Infused Truffle Honey / Red Grape Mustard
Rosemary Roasted Marcona Almonds / Bread & Cie Baguette
Bottle of Wine (Chef's choice)
Tickets for two to the First Friday Film
To guarantee availability, reserve your package online or by calling 619.696.1935 by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 30, 2014.