Boni Raposo and The Dominican Criollo Music Movement in NYC_ Trailer - ENGLISH SUBTITLED
THE PRIMIERE IS COMONG SOON IN NEW YORK CITY
Director & Editor: Willian Aleman
Biographical and representative documentary.
By following the life and legacy of the departed Dominican percussionist Boni Raposo, the documentary describes the curve of the popular music movement of the Dominican Republic, based in the traditional music forms of congos, palos, gaga, salve, saranduga, among others and the influence of this movement in the Diaspora of Dominicans in New York City, where Boni played, created and shared his music experience and knowledge for more than half of his life.
The documentary reflects the impact of the criollo Dominican musical movement in the Dominican Republic as well as in the City of New York and Boni Raposo’s influence in this movement. Featuring a stirring soundtrack from Boni Raposo CD " Caribbean Chants and Drums" and music from the Composer Rafáel Fland from the music video "Boni Siempre Tocará"
Documentary Running Time: 62 Minutes
Director & Editor
Martha Ellen Davis
In order of appearance
R. Nina Paulino
Tom van Buren
Martha E. Davis
Rafael Fland (Flandra)