Kendrick Lamar's 'M.A.A.D.' Short Film To Be Exhibited For 4 Months In Los Angeles
Pictured: Kendrick Lamar & Flying Lotus meet with director Kahlil Joseph
Months after it made its Sundance premiere, Kendrick Lamar's new documentary 'm.A.A.d' is heading to a museum near you - well, that's if you live on the West coast.
The 14-minute documentary of Top Dawg's golden child will be available for fans' viewing pleasure at the Museum of Comtemporary Art in Los Angeles, California. According to the museum's official website for the museum, the film will be viewable from March 21 – July 27, 2015 at the MOCA Grand Avenue. Peep the synopsis below:
Kahlil Joseph’s double-screen projection m.A.A.d is a lush portrait of contemporary Los Angeles. From barbershops to marching bands, from homeboys drinking in the streets to the iconic carpet of shimmering lights, the camera in m.A.A.d sinuously glides through predominantly African American neighborhoods in Los Angeles catching a dizzying array of quotidian moments suffused with creativity, joy, and sadness. Joseph’s film is accompanied by a thick booming soundtrack provided by emerging hip-hop star Kendrick Lamar and indeed m.A.A.d is part of the title of Lamar’s highly acclaimed second album Good Kid m.A.A.d. City.