PBS doc, music video screenings + live performances at Freecandy Mar 21st

dream circle

Support indie film, music and youth development Thursday Mar 21st at FREECANDY Brooklyn.

Program line up:
7:30 pm **Singer-songwriter Stephanie Morillo’s jazz/soul infused pop music, inspired by the 1970s ballads her father used to listen to, will be sharing her current recordings for her forthcoming EP to be released later this year. She released her first single, Midnight Aria, in 2011 and in 2012 released her debut EP Love Language. You can hear her music at stephaniemorillo.com

7:50 pm DREAM CIRCLE “Original/Medicine Man” music video from their debut album Lost Art. Shot & edited by Katy Walker & Joel Mejia

8:00 pm **Film screening of Can’t Hold Me Back, a PBS award nominated short film by Maracuya Productions. It is an inspiring look at how one Latino student overcomes the odds to reach success, by becoming the first in his family to earn a high school diploma. It is in competition for People’s Choice at the 2013 PBS Online Film Festival from now until March 22. You can vote for this film here: www.pbs.org/filmfestival/all-films/cant-hold-me-back/
Directed and Produced by Betty Bastidas & Madeleine Bair

8:30 pm ** Performance by a young poet, Kamey Gomez

9:00pm **DREAM CIRCLE perform songs from “Lost Art”; their debut album. The bands spiritualized electronic music is inspired by world music, classic hip-hop & 70’s psychedelia. You can listen to their music at http://dreamcirclemusic.com/

Come celebrate BROOKLYN ARTISTS DOING THEIR THANG! Hear and see a taste of new work, guaranteed to have lots of FLAVOR and be SHARED with our community. Not to mention all the beautiful people that will be coming out.

Brought to you by MERJ & Maracuya Productions

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