HOLLYWOOD — In celebration of writer-helmer Damien Earl Matthias and Headstone Entertainment’s debut documentary “Blunts & Stunts: Class of ’94,” many stood outside of Lucy Florence Lounge and Art Gallery in Lemiert Park striking a pose on the red carpet.
After that spectacle, the party shifted to attendees socializing, glancing at African art, and even playing Monopoly and Checkers. Others sat in screening rooms catching up on the film.
Pic is a hip-hop docu about real people who think they have real talent in music, film, dancing, singing, comedy and rap. Matthias has a new film in pre-production, “Breakfast in Vegas,” a hip-hop version of “The Passion of the Christ.”
Attendees included: rap artist, El Presidente, The Spanish Rapper, DJ Warrior, MC Lyte, soundtrack artist Sweet P and Lee Solters (Solters & Digney).
Pic will screen at the Pan African Film Festival at the Magic Johnson Theatre, Los Angeles on Feb. 17.