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You Got Served [Film]
Fri, April 28, 2017, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Library of Congress Bibliodiscotheque Films
Popular dance music has a historic role in film soundtracks, whether disco, hip hop, or EDM. Take a trip through the Library’s film collections with a wide variety of feature films and documentaries that portray elements of dance culture’s evolution from the Disco era to the present.
You Got Served (2001) - 95 min.
Directed by Chris Stokes
This film explores the competitive world of hip-hop dance crews and break dancing through the journey of its main characters Elgin and David. Based in Los Angeles, You Got Served puts into perspective the hardships that dance crews immersed in hip-hop culture endure in order to achieve their dreams.
Part of Library of Congress Bibliodiscotheque, a series of programs that explore the legacy and impact of disco on popular culture since the 1970s. Presented in association with BrightestYoungThings and the District of Columbia Library Association.
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Tickets do not guarantee entry to this event. Seating is first-come, first-served for patrons with a reservation. For best seating options, patrons are encouraged to arrive half an hour before the scheduled start of the event. Walkups are encouraged, as additional tickets are always available at the door. At five minutes before the start of the event, all empty seats will be available on a first-come, first served basis to all patrons. For patrons unable to obtain a reservation, we still encourage attendance—while there is no guarantee of seating due to the intimate size of some spaces, patrons are almost always able to be accommodated.
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Mary Pickford Theater, 3rd Floor
James Madison Memorial Building
101 Independence Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20540