Power House Entertainment & Family Style Productions
Friday January 18th, 2002
StudioZ.tv (formerly the
314 11th Street
This Benefit Concert will feature some of Jamaica's finest reggae performers- Yami Bolo - singing sweet songs of freedom and love, Mutabaruka - with his spoken word / dub poetry and Lutan Fiyah - blazing lyrics.
Black Love DJ - Bravo (originally from Irie FM in Jamaica) will be selecting the early
warm up mix to satisfy your soul when the Doors Open. Sound System will be provided
by H.A. Sounds and Production. Drumming circle with the Nyahbinghi Drummers ( feel free to
bring your drums).
Come celebrate the Bay Area film premier of Life
and Debt a crucial documentary by film maker Stephanie Black detailing the cause and effect
of globalization on the economic situation in Jamaica. The film will premier in Berkeley at 5:00 p.m. on the 18th, and in San Francisco at 7:00. This event will benefit the
continued screening of the film throughout the US and internationally and global activism.
Jamaican food and crafts vendors will be selling their goods and delicious foods.
Pre-sale tickets available at: www.studioz.tv
or Tickets - $18 advance, $20 at the door.
Doors Open 8:30
Show Time - 9:00-2:00 am (21 and over)
For more information contact:
StudioZ.tv box office - 415-252-7666
Family Style Productions - Thugisha@hotmail.com
Publicity Interviews regarding Life and Debt Film contact -
Karen Larsen 415-957-1205 Larsenassc@aol.com or
Global Exchange - Juliette Beck 415-255-7296
Power House Entertainment - Irie411@aol.com
|Life and Debt
Utilizing excerpts from the award-winning non-fiction text "A
Small Place" by Jamaica Kincaid, Life & Debt is a woven tapestry of sequences
focusing on the stories of individual Jamaicans whose strategies for survival and
parameters of day-to-day existence are determined by the U.S. and other foreign economic
Producer Director - Filmography includes the award-winning
feature-length documentary "H-2
Worker" (16mm 70 min col) which won both Best Documentary and Best
Cinematography at the 1990 Sundance Film Festival.