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This film features musicians that have been heavily influential on the face of modern music, and delivers arresting and original images in a rhythmic and musical way. It also marks the 15th anniversary of the Red Bull Music Academy, and evokes the atmosphere of that event, in which fresh musical ideas tend to spark between a variety of artists. In a different city each year, musicians from around the world participate in workshops with musical luminaries. By night, they perform in the city's venues, alongside contemporary and classic innovators as well as heroes of the local scene. Long after the last notes are played, the experiences and insights gained tend to resonate in the lives and practices of those who take part.

Official Site: redbullmusicacademy.com
Director: Ralf Schmerberg
Cast: Lee "Scratch" Perry, Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Giorgio Moroder, Erykah Badu, Nile Rodgers, Rakim, Skream, Q-Tip and Bernie Worrell

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