Little Brother Is Having Free Nationwide Screenings Of Documentary


Little Brother is having free nationwide screenings of their documentary, May The Lord Watch: The Little Brother Story, this month. The film will screen in Washington, D.C., Atlanta, GA, Los Angeles, and New York, New York. The movie is accessible to the public, and those interested are encouraged to register immediately because space is limited. Fans can donate to the film via the Southern Documentary Fund. The group celebrated the 20th anniversary of their debut album, The Listening, with a year-long celebration, a four-city tour, and their Made In Durham: A Little Brother Block Party

Filmmaker Holland “vacay” Gallagher directs, and “Yoh” Phillips wrote the documentary about the friendship between Phonte and Rapper Big Pooh and their experiences in the music industry. There is commentary from Questlove, DJ Drama, industry executives, cultural critics, and more. 



11/9 @ Eaton DC in Washington, DC
11/10 @ Plaza Theatre in Atlanta, GA  
11/12 @ Cinemark Baldwin Hills Crenshaw in Los Angeles, CA 
11/15 @ New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in New York, NY  
11/16 @ Carolina Theatre in Durham, NC