“P.A.T.H.” Best Florida Film

Over the weekend of April 17-18 at The Sunscreen Film Festival recognized South Florida filmmaker Dan Perez with its “Best Florida Film” award for his feature-length documentary “P.A.T.H.”. The award was presented by John Travolta who has been a supporter of the festival since its inception.

“P.A.T.H.” (which stands for Preserving Archiving & Teaching Hip-Hop History) documents the P.A.T.H. Hip-Hop Academy, the first ever summer camp of its kind in Miami. During the 4-week camp, teenagers studied hip-hop history, DJing (turntablism), MCing (rapping), B-Boying/B-Girling (break dancing) and urban art (graffiti).

After it’s world premiere at the 2009 Chicago International Hip Hop Film Festival, and now winning the “Best Florida Film” award at the Sunscreen Film Festival, “P.A.T.H” is looking for new screening venues. This film is appropriate for all audiences and runs 61 minutes.

Please contact dan@danperezfilms.com should you be interested in screening this film at your location or organization.



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