The Truth About Irish Hip Hop

The Truth About Irish Hip Hop

A short documentary about the rise of Irish hip hop and the changing attitudes towards the once foreign art form. Ireland is renowned for it's writers and poets so why hasn't hip hop entered the cultural mainstream here? This short documentary explores the issues surrounding rap music and shows the wonderfully eclectic mix of artists carrying the genre forward. Could Ireland follow the landscape of UK hip hop, producing world renowned rappers that top the musical rich list? Is this already starting to happen? There's a movement happening in the Irish hip hop scene and this documentary is a testament to the fact. A new multicultural generation is coming up. Featuring Rusangano Family, This Side Up, Mango and MathMan, The Rubberbandits, Fifth Element and Doublescreen, Jafaris, Ophelia MC, Nialler 9 and many more.

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Running Time
19 minutes
Short, Documentary
Gavin Fitzgerald
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «The Truth About Irish Hip Hop» (14)

Marie L. avatar
Marie L.

Hoo-wee! Where to start! Well written and directed, good actors choice.

Ruth Harrison avatar
Ruth Harrison

It is truly epic in every word. This is probably one of the most ambitious movies ever made.

Lori avatar

Loved the entire plot of the movie!!!

Crystal M. avatar
Crystal M.

Best one for many many many years !!!! TRUE DIAMOND !!!

Austin avatar

Gavin Fitzgerald and his cast have rejuvenated a struggling and boring cinema, they have resurrected the almost dying art of epic film-making.

Tammy avatar

Excellent movie. It made my day after being bedbound recovering from a cold.

Adam avatar

Oh my God!!! I can say without overstatement that I just saw the most gripping and entertaining film to come out in at least the past ten years!

Benjamin Dunn avatar
Benjamin Dunn

Definitely would have picked this to win.

Beverly Murray avatar
Beverly Murray

Great movie! Totally unexpected and gets a little more serious than I thought it would from title picture.

Ruth Thomas avatar
Ruth Thomas

Good entertainment. Enjoyed it. Recomend !