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Let Fury Have The Hour

Directed by Antonino D’Ambrosio, 2012, 90 minutes, USA, Unrated

Showtimes

Location

O Cinema Wynwood
90 NW 29th Street Miami, FL
(305) 571-9970

Details

General Admission $10.50, Student/ Senior $9.00, Members $7.50. General admission tickets available online and at the door. Student and Senior tickets only available at the door. ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS. NO EXCHANGES. NO EXCEPTIONS.

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Synopsis

Rough, raw and unapologetically inspirational, LET FURY HAVE THE HOUR is a charged journey into the heart of the creative counter-culture in 2012. In a time of global challenges, big questions and by-the-numbers politics, this upbeat, outspoken film tracks the story of the artists, writers, thinkers and musicians who have gone underground to re-imagine the world – honing in on equality, community and engaged creativity- in exuberantly paradigm-busting ways.

Writer/director Antonino D’Ambrosio unites 50 powerful, of-the-moment voices –from street artist Shepard Fairey to rapper Chuck Dto playwright Eve Ensler to musicians Tom Morello and Billy Bragg to novelist Edwidge Danticat to filmmaker John Sayles to comic Lewis Black – who share personal and powerful tales of how they transformed anger and angst into provocative art and ideas.  Mix-mastered with historical footage, animation and performances, D’Ambrosio presents a visceral portrait of a generation looking to re-jigger a system that has failed to address the most pressing problems of our times . . . or human potential.

The story begins in the 1980s with the rise of Reagan and Thatcher — and a cultural shift towards fierce individualism and rampant consumerism.  Coming of age in a world seemingly gone mad or at least gone shopping, some kids started searching for something more authentic.  This was the start of a renegade movement D’Ambrosio calls “creative-response.”  It was a hybrid, haphazard collective of skateboarders, punk rockers, rappers, street poets, feminists and graffitists whose reaction to this brave new world was not to turn away, but to turn up the volume and have their say.

Now that generation is coming to the fore, sparking a global movement focused not just on pushing the boundaries with guitars, paint, dance, storytelling, graphics and subcultural style – but on coming together around real reasons for hope.

Everyone who buys a ticket gets a chance at winning a signed poster by Shepard Fairey!!!

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Genre

Documentary Film Musical Politics Popular Culture

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Reviews

“A curiously warm-and-fuzzy hindsight interpretation of artistic aggression, delivered by the artists themselves.” - Variety

“The film joyfully surveys the evolution of a politically informed artistic movement, set to a soundtrack that includes MC5, Rage Against the Machine, DJ Spooky, and others.” – Village Voice

“Exuberant… a thoughtful and entertaining debut film” - The New York Times

“Rousing… You’ll leave the theater wanting to create something LOUD.” MSNBC

“A thrillingly articulate wallop of ’80s-era rage… refreshing” Time Out New York

“Let Fury Have the Hour is a cinematic movement, not just a film.” - Huffington Post

“Explosive blend of vision and expression” -Indiewire 

“Kudos to writer-director Antonino D’Ambrosio for taking such an eclectic and disparate number of aims, thoughts, subjects and mediums and creating the smart and inspiring — and uniquely whole —documentary that is “Let Fury Have The Hour.” - Los Angeles Times