THE KILLING OF THE FIFTH ELEMENT St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Free Documentary Screening 10.25.21 @7PM PST

The Golden Age of hip-hop is regarded as the best era in hip-hop. The Killing of the 5th Element, examines the lost element of “consciousness”/knowledge in music. The Killing of the 5th Element covers diverse opinions from artists who answer the question, is music just entertainment or a movement that can spark change.

Monday, October 25, 2021 @7pm PST

St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Free Screening


Directed by Moe N. Reed

Interviews with:

Speech (Arrested Development)
M1 (Dead Prez)
Jasiri X ( 1 Hood)
Cold Hard (Crucial Conflict)
Scoop Jackson (XXL)
And more

IG @5thElement_doc

Luchina Fisher

Moe N. Reed (director), is a bay area native and CSU Northridge alum. She earned a M.A. degree in Screenwriting and received the A. Polonsky Screenwriting Award, which recognizes creative work with themes of social consciousness. Her project, (a hip-hop documentary) “The Killing of the 5th Element,” premiered at the Pan African Film Festival (2018), in the best documentary category.

As a writer she hopes to collaborate with other filmmakers of all genres.



Monday, October 25, 2021
7:00pm - 8:00 pm PST

  • To view the film and participate in the Zoom Q&A with the filmmaker, everyone must RSVP by Saturday, 10.23.21 at 12:00PM to .
  • Only all who RSVP are sent a 24hour password protected link to view the film on Sunday, 10.23.21 from 12:00am-11:59pm PST. All will also receive the Zoom link and info for the Q&A.
  • Q&A with the filmmaker is on Monday, 10.25.21 from 7pm - 8pm PST via Zoom.


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The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West is a project of Fulcrum Arts' Emerge fiscal sponsorship program.

The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West (BAD West) is a professional organization providing people of African descent working in documentary film, video or other media the opportunity to network professionally, share resources, exchange ideas and meet socially in order to enhance the development, production, promotion and exhibition of documentaries. The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West also advocates the recognition and professional advancement of Black documentary filmmakers.