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Santa Barbara friends! In case you missed our premiere screening, we're having a screening Thursday night. Director Laura Bialis will be there to speak to the audience and do a Q&A afterwards. Tell your friends! ...

Rock in the Red Zone Screening + Q&A

September 29, 2016, 6:30pm - September 29, 2016, 11:00pm

Join us for the critically-acclaimed documentary followed by Q&A with local filmmaker Laura Bialis. Rock in the Red Zone רוק בצבע אדום: Rock in the Red Zone is a personal view from the ground on the frontlines of an endless war, and a powerful exploration into the lives and art of musicians struggling to create in a conflict zone. Local Santa Barbara Filmmaker Laura Bialis encounters a creative community that captivates her, leads her to love and changes the course of her life. Rock in the Red Zone demonstrates the power of artistic creation to transcend even the most challenging circumstances. It also reminds us that sometimes in the least expected places, we can find magic. www.rockintheredzone.com Tickets only $5!

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I'm skyping in for a Q&A tomorrow after our screening at ASU Hillel! ...

Rock in the Red Zone Film & Dinner

September 27, 2016, 6:00pm - September 27, 2016, 10:30pm

Join Students Supporting Israel at ASU, Hillel at ASU, and Stand with Us for the critically-acclaimed documentary followed by a Skype Q&A with the filmmaker, Laura Bialis. Rock in the Red Zone רוק בצבע אדום is a powerful exploration into the lives and art of musicians struggling to create in a conflict zone, and a view from the ground on the frontlines of an endless war. On the edge of the Negev Desert lies Sderot, a city of factory workers and rock musicians, the children of refugees from North Africa and the Middle East. Despite being pummeled for years by homemade rockets, the people of Sderot persevere. In raucous Morrocan celebrations, they embrace newcomers. In quiet family dinners, they voice their dreams. And in quiet underground bomb shelters, they create music - - -a unique Sderot sound that has transformed Israeli music by injecting Middle Eastern influences into Western Rock. In searching for a story about music, filmmaker, Laura Bialis encounters a creative community that captures her and changes the course of her life. Dinner will be served!

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