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16th Jecheon International Music & Film Festival

Australia | 2006 | 103min | COLOR | Documentary | Musical


Following his film about music and war in Iraq, < Soundtrack to War >, director/co-producer George Gittoes delves into the murky underbelly of the Land of the Free in < Rampage >. It is another Gittoes'''' journey into the forbidden zones. The film leads us to the ghettoes of Miami, following the story of four brothers: a soldier in Iraq, a hip hop genius walking a thin line, a gentle film buff, and a 14-year-old who raps about corpses, AK47s and drug deals.

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George Gittoes

George Gittoes was born in 1949 in Sydney, Australia. He has been working in the medium of film for 30 years - he is also an exhibiting artist, photographer, and published writer. He has been working on themes of cultures in conflict since the 1980''s. He has worked in many regions including US, Iraq, Afganistan, China, Russia, Middle East, many parts of Africa, and Nicaragua. He is currently developing a feature film, with Stone Village Pictures, LA, based on his experiences making < Soundtrack to War > and < Rampage >.

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