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INNA DE YARD - THE SOUL OF JAMAICA

by Peter Webber

synopsis

A house filled with old vinyl records, perched on the slopes above Kingston, Jamaica. In the yard, some of the legendary voices of Reggae can be heard. Ken Boothe, Winston McAnuff, Kiddus I, and Cedric Myton, the famous lead of the Congos, to name but a few. They’ve sung with Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Jimmy Cliffin the back rooms of the ghettos. For the project of Inna de Yard, they’ve reunited to revisit the biggest hits of their repertoire and record a unique acoustic album. On this occasion, they’ll share the mic with younger singers, representatives of the new reggae stage.

international title: Inna de Yard - The Soul of Jamaica
original title: Inna de Yard - The Soul of Jamaica
country: France, Belgium
sales agent: Charades
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Peter Webber
film run: 99'
release date: DE 20/06/2019, FR 10/07/2019
screenplay: Peter Webber
cinematography by: Bernard Benant
film editing: Giles Gardner
producer: Gaël Nouaille, Laurent Flahault, Laurent Baudens
co-producer: Yann Legay
production: Borsalino Productions, Valdes, Charades, WAG Prod, Wagram Films
backing: Région Ile-de-France (FR)
distributor: Le Pacte, MFA Filmdistribution
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