4/20 Brooklyn Music Video Festival The official film festival for music videos. Presented by Brooklyn Wildlife, 95Labs, and Ohene Cornelius The Brooklyn Music Video Festival is a celebration of the craft of music video making. We would like to offer attendees an opportunity to learn more about the production, art, and business side of the music video industry as well offer a forum for video makers to exchange ideas and network with viewers, artists, and other like minded professionals. We will be screening original music videos by our featured guests and they will take questions from the audience. The festival will culminate with live music performances, DJs, art, food, tattoos and more. Featured Guests (More TBA): Bobby Yan http://bobbyyan.com/ Jake Remington (collabo!) http://vimeo.com/collabonyc Kristopher Rey-Talley http://www.krisreytalley.com/ Lucas McGowen http://www.avenuedcinema.com/ Miranda Siegel https://twitter.com/mirandasiegel Ralph J. Francoeur (Arjae Franko) http://vimeo.com/arjaefranko Rex Arrow Films http://rexarrow.com/ Scenario http://www.youtube.com/scenarioIam Shottie & TeV95 http://tinyurl.com/godspeedvideo Zoe Beatwoman http://www.zoemap.com/ DesertStorm Productions - Rosanna "Rose'" Louissaint (filmmaker) & Stephanie Dorceant (Writer, producer) Eclectic Method - http://vimeo.com/eclecticmethod Special Guest Speaker: Tony Ducret: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1938983/ (MTV2) Special Invited Guest Speaker: Fab Five Freddy Food by Cake & Wings: www.cakenwings.com Celebrity Host: Toni Belafonte (http://www.bet.com/shows/the-game.html) Performances by (More TBA): Nijay Sincere Nina B Ohene Cornelius Justin "J.U.S.E." Hicks Shottie & TeV95 Tyquan Sounds Watercolor The Paxtons LaBellaRoma - (Burlesque) Doors open at 3:30pm (Free til 4:20) $6 after 4:20pm Music by: DJ Keith Edward (Brooklyn Wildlife) DJ Methods (Heavy Rotations, Miami) Special Dance performance by Jasmin Rituper Tattoos by: Badder Israel
Label: True Sound Music Group, True Sound Music Group
Manager: True Sound Music Group
Bio: Stemming from a Native American, African American, and Irish background, Nijay was born and raised on the Westside of Harlem Manhattan. Growing up as a child, Nijay has been influenced by the arts. At an early age, he began dancing at a dance school which his grandmother owned. Aside from owning ...See Full Bio
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