(AllHipHop News) The life and legacy of one of the most entertainingly enigmatic MC's ever, Ol' Dirty Bastard, will be shown across the world. As apart of AllHipHop's 15th Anniversary, New Hollywood Entertainment will live stream the documentary, Dirty: Platinum Edition at their inaugural web-based NuHo Film Festival's launch party.
The documentary was created by ODB's cousin Stephon Turner (Raison Allah) and Zulu Films Inc. The screening will be held at Brooklyn Historic Academy of Music on November 5th. The Wu Tang Clan will be accompanied by a holographic ODB to answer a live Q & A for attendees at the screening.
The NuHo Film Festival will run between February February 7th to February 28th and will be the "first revenue sharing, full-length film festival distribution for filmmakers" according to the official press release. The RZA compared the NuHo platform to that of the Wu-Tang Clan, specifically the fallen star of the documentary:
[ODB] was unconventional, and what NuHo is doing is unconventional. We love what NuHo is doing. Wu-Tang loves a good revolution.
For more information on how to enter, the festival's access to crowdfunding and more, check out the official NuHo Film Festival website.
Check out the trailer for the NuHo Film Festival and screening of Dirty: Platinum Edition below: