Stooges Brass Band – We Make Em Say Ooo | Live @ Red Bull Studios

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You don’t see enough brass bands that are truly killin’ it in the music scene. That’s why we were so stoked to bring The Stooges into the Red Bull Studio to have them perform a few of their favorite songs.

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Red Bull Dance Your Style „Party Rock” Cypher, Paris France | YAK FILMS x Little SHAO

Music „Party Rock Anthem” By LMFAO

Red Bull Dance Your Style World Final in Paris Cypher
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Dancers featured:
Lee Shane @leeshaneguxx

Rekoz @erotokritos_rekoz_pantazis
Ego @egomadstate1
Slunch @slunchtothefullest
Shinshan @shinshan.09
Mavinga @s.mavinga
Zuka @zukazain
Tonini @filippotonini
Salah @spidersalah1979
Poppin C @poppinc92
Lady C @carolineladyc
Neji @neji_doublestruggle
Mel’s @amelymels
Lily @lilyfdc
Juanito @juanito59off
Olga Lock @olga_lock
Shza @realshza
Bogdan the flava @bogdan_theflava
Blondy @blondyydance
Jaja @jajavankova
Tebza @tebzadiphehlo
K.O @koh_yamada
Messie @mesie_valero

Special Guests:
Ronnie @ronnie_ff
Mike Song @mikeosong
Shaun Evaristo @shaunevaristo
Jean Blesh @jeanblesh
Little Shao @littleshao



FEAR | Part II of The Just and The Blind | short film directed by Yoram Savion

FEAR – Part II of The Just and The Blind

Directed by Yoram Savion
Written by Marc Bamuthi Joseph
Composed by Daniel Bernard Roumain
DP: Gabrielle Blackwood
AD: Anna-Sharé Blake
Sound and Editor: Benjamin Tarquin
Produced by Rika Iino, Melissa Higgins and Yoram Savion | Sozo Artists @sozoartists
Cast: Maya Wilkinson and Yoram Savion
Starring: Sule Thelwell, Zaria Diarra, Everaldo Creary and Jeff Crossley

FEAR features American writer, spoken word artist, and activist Marc Bamuthi Joseph alongside a Kingston, Jamaica-based cast and is the second film in the trilogy The Just and the Blind. The Jamaican cast and crew “make powerful statements about patriarchy, the deadly menace of readily available weapons, and police violence — which all too often escalate already toxic situations,” explains Savion. “While all three of these films can stand on their own, the holistic architecture is to trace backward through the African diaspora — from Oakland, to Kingston, and finally Dakar (Senegal).”

FEAR premiered in September 2019 at the opening festival for The REACH, at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.
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Filmmaker Yoram Savion is co-founder of the Oakland, California based Yak Films, a multimedia company dedicated to presenting movement-based art. He and his crew have travelled the world, documenting unique dance talent in diverse urban landscapes. Savion’s directorial work outside the dance realm closely examines social justice, the human condition, and hyper realism.

Son – Sule Thelwell @kamikatsi
Girlfriend – Zaria Diarra @zariadiarra
Sister – Naomi Diarra @_naomidiarra
Friend – Askia Livingstone @__keystone_malik___
Friend – Brandon Macfarlane @brandon_sml
Mother – Kimberly Morris
Ancestor – Everaldo Creary @iampukupoo
Police Officer – Jeff Crossley @justjeffcrossley
Police Officer – Berhane Barnes
Dancer – Nicholas “Nick” Bennet @overload_skankaz_nick
Dancer – Daniel “Prince” Campbell @princeblackeagle
Typewriter Dancer – Carl “Cyaan Tyaad” Mitchel @cyah_tiad

Editing Consultant Kash Gaines
Production Manager Natalie Nash
Production Assistant Sheldon Reid
Driver and Security Delan Nevin


© YAK FILMS 2019