Bam Bam Bam: The Story Of Sonzeira // Crouch End Art House
August 4, 2014
After the successful screening of Bam Bam Bam: The Story of Sonzeira recently at Hackney Picture House, The documentary will now be shown at Crouch End Art House on Wednesday 27th August.
the documentary film of Gilles Peterson’s new Brasilan music collective “Sonzeira”
“It’s the sound of the World Cup Summer” – Independent “Gilles Peterson has produced a classic” – Guardian 4* “The perfect record to get the World Cup started” – The Sun
THE ALBUM: ‘Sonzeira – Brasil Bam Bam Bam’
Gilles Peterson recently journeyed to Rio and assembled an amazing cast of Brazilian musicians – named collectively as ‘Sonzeria’ – to put together THE guide to Brazilian music for the discerning music lover. The record ‘Brasil – Bam Bam Bam’ is an incredible journey through the different flavours of authentic Brazilian music culture, from its majestic heritage to its super-dynamic present.
THE FILM: ‘Bam Bam Bam: The Story Of Sonzeira’
In keeping with the spirit of this unique and daring album, BOSH – the award-winning in-house production arm of ad agency, Mother London – captured Gilles’ trip. Their resident director and Brazilophile Charlie Inman, teamed up with resident Rio De Janiero film director Ben Holman, of Beija films, to co-direct and cover every element of Gilles trip. It was a wild journey deep into the favelas, through the world of Samba, and even introducing Gilles to some of the new emerging talent in Brazilian music.
Creating a colourful itinerary of people, places and events that passionately represents the real side of Brazilian culture and music: beyond the typical Football and Copacabana clichés. The result, ‘Bam Bam Bam: The Story of Sonzeira’, a film that shows both the music and the cultural journey that Gilles took during his time in Rio de Janeiro.