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Shakedown Documentary - Event Cinema

  • Tribeca Manchester 50 Sackville Street Manchester M1 3WF (map)

Presented by Black Gold Arts , Queer Media and Tribeca

The Film - Teddy Award Nominated - SHAKEDOWN (2017) chronicles explicit performances in an underground lesbian club in Los Angeles. Filmed from 2002 - 2015 the story functions as a legend where money is both myth and material. Cumulatively, questions arise about how to diagram the before and after of a utopian moment. Directed by Leilah Weinraub.

The Event - The hostess for the evening, Hip Hop artist extraordinaire Onye OneDa Ezeh and House Of Ghetto Manchester's premier Vogue house will bring a unique and special live performance experience complimenting the documentary. House Of Ghetto will bring a highly sexual, gorgeous, black female vibe to the evening with exquisite performers. Get your shake down dollars ready! This is gonna be hot. 

Performance times:
5.00pm - 5.30pm Doors Open DJ & Gogo Girls, 
5:30 - 6.00 Event
6.00 - 7.30 Film  
7.30 - 8.30 DJ Claude Cunningham

This project is supported by a grant from Superbia.

Black Gold Arts Festival 2018 is Arts Council England Funded

Earlier Event: November 3
Battle of the Freddies: Black & White Ball
Later Event: November 7
Mind Yourself