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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 27 MIN | 2010

WHITE LINES & THE FEVER: THE DEATH OF DJ JUNEBUG

This is the story of Junebug's double life as a DJ and drug dealer. Recalling the Bronx in the early 1980s, this documentary explores the old-school days of hip-hop and the dangerous underworld at the legendary Disco Fever. Never-before-seen footage and interviews with Kurtis Blow, DJ Hollywood, and Sal Abbatiello tell the tragic story of one of the greatest DJs ever.

Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 27 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: DJ Hollywood, Kurtis Blow, Disco Bee, Sal Abbatiello, Sweet Gee, Vernice Barnes, Nydrin Barnes
Director: Travis Senger
Screenwriter: Travis Senger, Mark Skillz
Producer: Michael J. Mouncer
Editor: Michelle Witten
Director of Photography: Sean Porter
Production Designer: Lucas Senger
Press Contacts
Special Note

Winner of Best Documentary Short.

About the Director(s)
Travis Senger has written and directed a number of projects for stage and screen, including art installations, music videos, and short films. His recent work has appeared at the South by Southwest Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, and on MTV2. He is currently working on a feature narrative.

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