Film Screening and Discussion: The Carter





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Published on Nov 13, 2009

Nov. 11, 2009: Film Screening and Discussion: The Carter

QD3 Entertainment, the Annenberg School and Dean Ernest J. Wilson III present a discussion with communication and journalism professor Josh Kun and renowned artist Quincy Jones III following a special screening of the modern documentary The Carter, a "shockingly intimate portrait" of Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., aka Lil' Wayne. The documentary, executive produced by Jones along with Jared Freeman, was directed by Adam Bhala Lough and produced by Lough and Josh Krause. Wayne, an internationally known rapper whose most recent album went platinum in one week, has been said to be "the voice of his generation." The Carter is "an intoxicating, cinematic journey into the thoughts and world of an extremely complicated man whose creative force is something to behold." Following him all over the country and to Amsterdam, Lough mixes fly-on-the-wall footage of Lil' Wayne in his hotel room and on his bus with artfully composed concert footage, capturing "one of the most inspired (and eccentric) musicians of modern America." The screening will be followed by a student-led discussion with Jones.

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