Breed & Bootleg: Legends of Flint Rap Music

Event Type FOMA Films
Date calendar  Sunday, May 16, 2021
Time clock  (all day)
Location Virtual Event

A documentary about the legacy of hip-hop in Flint honors Eric T. “MC” Breed, a forefather of what was known as “Midwest rap.” This focuses on the city’s hip-hop heyday and examines the relationship between Breed and other local notables such as Ira Dorsey and the Dayton Family.

Admission $5  members, $6  non-members, $4  FOMA members

Film titles are subject to change.

You may access the virtual screenings by clicking the link below. Follow the prompts to purchase access to the film. Films will be available for 72 hours once open and you will have 24 hours to finish watching the film once you purchase your viewing. Film Society Members will receive a unique discount code that is to be entered at checkout to unlock the film at no cost. 

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