Sounds Like a Revolution

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Sounds Like a Revolution
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Promotional film poster
Directed by Summer Love & Jane Michener
Produced by Summer Love & Jane Michener
Written by Susan Martin
Starring Paris, Fat Mike, Michael Franti & Justin Sane
Narrated by Jackie Richardson
Release date(s) 2010
Country Canada
Language English

Sounds Like a Revolution is a feature documentary about recent protest music in America. Directed by Canadian directors Summer Love and Jane Michener, the film was released in June 2010 and had its world premiere at NXNE festival and its theatrical premiere at The Royal Theatre in Toronto, Canada.

Focusing on the personal experiences of four independent musicians, the film portrays Michael Franti, Fat Mike, Paris, and Anti-Flag and a collection of live performances, political rallies, music videos and uncensored commentaries from Pete Seeger, The Dixie Chicks, David Crosby, Steve Earle, Jello Biafra, Ani DiFranco, Wayne Kramer (MC5) to Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine) and more.

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The documentary features songs from Anti-Flag, NOFX, Paris, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Blue King Brown and The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy. Also additional songs are included from The Dixie Chicks, Ministry, Body Count, Johnny Dix and The Coup.

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