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The Great Hip Hop Hoax

June 5–July 2
Part of People Everyday: The Films of Jeanie Finlay

Dir. Jeanie Finlay. 2013, 86 mins. Foul-mouthed Californian hip hop duo Silibil n' Brains were going to be massive. But no one knew the pair were really amiable Scotsmen, with fake American accents and made up identities. This documentary tells the audacious tale of how two lads from Dundee duped the record industry and nearly destroyed themselves.

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Tickets: $3.99 ($20 series pass, excl. Seahorse / $15 for MoMI members). Fifty percent of ticket sales benefit the Museum.


"One of the most eye opening stories about modern music"Time Out

“A great tale of a rock n roll swindle told with pop star flair and biting intelligence”The Herald