Unlocking The Truth
Luke Meyer
Short

Friday Jul 25, 2014
FREE

VENUE
Brookfield Place (formerly World Financial Center)
ground level, along the water between West Street and the Hudson River
Financial District
220 Vesey Street, New York City, NY, 10281
A, C to Chambers Street; E to World Trade Center, 2, 3 to Park Place

SHOW
6:30PMDoors Open
7:30PMLive Music by Pool Cosby
8:45PMFilms Begin
In the event of rain, show will be moved indoors. Please visit www.rooftopfilms.com for rain details. Seating is first come, first served. No outside alcohol is permitted.

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Unlocking The Truth (Luke Meyer | 3 min.)

There is a particular moment right before fame strikes a young musician – between the full flowering of talent and believing in a dream so pure and strong as to feel bulletproof – which at the same time is almost imperceptible as it is happening. In watching Malcolm Brickhouse and Jarad Dawkins of the band Unlocking The Truth, this metaphysical friction is in full effect.


CONTACT

Luke Meyer’s feature documentaries include Darkon (SXSW ’06 Audience Award) and New World Order. Both aired on IFC. He has written, edited and produced other films (King Kelly, Alice Neel, The Feature), and is a part of SeeThink Films in New York. Meyer is currently working on two feature documentaries to be completed in the coming year.


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