Hey DJ (film)

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Hey DJ
Hey DJ (film).jpg
Directed by Miguel Delgado
Jon Jacobs
Agostino Carollo
Produced by Agostino Carollo
Joe Chavez
Jon Jacobs
James Ricardo
Written by James Ricardo
Jon Jacobs
Agostino Carollo
Starring Jon Jacobs
Charlotte Lewis
Tina Wiseman
Ivelin Giro
Terry Camilleri
Music by Agostino Carollo
Cinematography Edgar Cabral
Edited by Miguel Delgado
Agostino Carollo
Release dates
2003
Running time
81 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Hey DJ is a 2003 film directed by Miguel Delgado and Jon Jacobs, produced by Agostino Carollo and Joe Chavez and starring Jon Jacobs, Charlotte Lewis, Tina Wiseman, Ivelin Giro and Terry Camilleri. It features the appearance of superstar DJs Carl Cox, Tiësto, Bob Sinclar, Ferry Corsten, Spankox, Marco V, Pete Tong and many others. Original movie soundtrack by Agostino Carollo aka Spankox.[1][2]

Plot[edit]

Hey DJ chronicles the journeys of DJ Hound. From Miami to Ibiza he struggles to break into the club scene. With the support and advice of some of the best DJs in the world he tries to find the night (and the love) of his life. The movie, filmed in and around such clubs as Space Miami and Pacha Ibiza features the appearances of Carl Cox, Tiësto, Judge Jules, Eddie Halliwell, Bob Sinclar, Pete Tong, Spankox, Anne Savage, Marc Aurel, Kai Tracid, Lisa Lashes, Chris Cox, Robbie Rivera, Kevens, Ferry Corsten, Junior Jack, Marco V and 1980's rock star Annabella Lwin from Bow Wow Wow.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The New York Times. "Hey DJ". The New York Times (The New York Times). Retrieved 7 December 2010. 
  2. ^ Stephen Totilo (2011-05-27). "In The Virtual World, His Fiancée Never Died". Kotaku. 

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