Fresh & Noble launch their series of music documentary screenings with ‘Still Bill’ in The Sugar Club on 30th September.
Fresh & Noble is a new music promotions company that will launch this September with a unique series of music documentary screenings in Dublin and Cork. The series aims to showcase some of the new breed of music documentaries that spans genres but is rarely screened. Each screening will be followed by DJs or live bands which will be hand-picked to compliment that evening’s documentary.
The series kicks off with Still Bill – the critically acclaimed intimate portrait of soul legend Bill Withers in his 70th year, which features rare access to a private man responsible for classics such as “Ain’t No Sunshine,” “Lean On Me,” “Lovely Day,” “Grandma’s Hands,” and “Just the Two of Us.”.
Fresh & Noble is delighted to have joined up with leading independent Irish promoters Choice Cuts for the Dublin event which will treat guests to a unique experience of soul. This takes place on September 30th at The Sugar Club, Dublin. Start Time is at 8pm with the screening at 8.45pm. Entry is €7.50 with support music acts to be announced.
Other documentaries scheduled to be screened include:
Nina Simone: La Légende – Special screening of this intimate portrayal of this icon for the Cork Jazz Festival (October 25th, 3pm in The Pavilion in Cork. Free entry).
Favela On Blast – the directorial film debut from Grammy-nominated DJ and producer, Diplo, documents the vibrant and innovative musical subculture that has emerged in Brazil’s impoverished slums, known as favelas
Dub Echoes – A documentary that traces the origins of Jamaican dub music and it’s influence on the development of hip hop and electronic music.