Buenos Aires Rap is a documentary which, as the name suggests, is about the rap and hip-hop scenes active in Buenos Aires today.
But it’s more than that. Directors Diane Ghogomu, Segundo Bercetche and Sebastian Muñoz (pictured above) have taken hip-hop and used it as a framework to portray a snapshot of the variations of life in contemporary Buenos Aires. It’s a stunning piece of film-making, with characters as dynamic and engaging as the music they’re making, as well as beautiful shots of the city, from the streets of the provincial slums to the clubs in the city centre.
From Sounds and Colours Magazine (read the full article, including an interview with Diane Ghogomu).
Buenos Aires Rap: directed by Diane Ghogomu, Segundo Bercetche and Sebastian Muñoz, Argentina, 2014