RZA To Launch Livestream Movie Platform With ‘Shaolin Vs. Wu Tang’ Screening & Commentary

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RZA To Launch Livestream Movie Platform With 'Shaolin Vs. Wu Tang' Screening & Commentary
Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images
RZA To Launch Livestream Movie Platform With 'Shaolin Vs. Wu Tang' Screening & Commentary

Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images

The platform is called 36 Cinema and is a part of RZA’s 36 Chambers lifestyle company.

RZA is having a livestream screening and commentary of the classic 1983 kung fu film Shaolin vs. Wu Tang.

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The screening will take place on the rapper and entrepreneur’s new platform 36 Cinema. According to the platform’s website, 36 Cinema will offer “a first-of-its-kind experience: live streaming some of our favorite movies while bringing in respected film experts to provide live commentary.”

RZA offered more details about the screening on his Instagram account.

 

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We just launched @36cinema today. It’s a first-of-its-kind experience from @36chambers designed to live stream a movies + provide live commentary + take audience questions. This Friday we go live with our first movie, Shaolin vs Wu Tang—the movie that inspired the name. It’s a movie that very few people in America have seen. In fact, we were able to get our hands on one of the only 35mm prints in the world. I’ll be providing live commentary and taking your questions along with Dan Halsted from @thehollywoodtheatre. Grab a ticket via the link in bio (use code “digital” for 20% off the next 48 hrs). Join us on Friday to celebrate a great kung fu film and the launch of our new platform.

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RZA and The Hollywood Theatre’s head programmer Dan Halsted will provide live commmentary, while Mustafa Shaikh — the co-founder of 36 Chambers — will moderate. Viewers will be able to ask Shaikh questions during the screening.

Tickets for the livestream are available for $10 at the 36 Cinema website. The screening will begin at 9:15 est, on Friday, May 8.

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