The educational version-standard packet for Masters of Rhythm with addendum contains the 30-minute documentary (with closed captions and chapters), and several interesting extras to give some 50 minutes of video. The packet also includes a Screening and Discussion Guide (one hard copy), posters and post cards (in digital format), the CD Cajón Is King: an Introduction to Afro-Peruvian Music, and three key chains with photos of the documentary's stars.
The extras include More about Zapateo, Afro-Peruvian Talking Drums, and Juan de Dios Soto cooks carapulcra, an Afro-Peruvian specialty.
As of October 2017, Masters of Rhythm had screened in five countries, winning prizes in Germany and USA. The documentary is evergreen, and appropriate for African American Studies, Latino Studies, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology and Music (because of its focus on the cajón drum adopted by Latin Jazz and even flamenco).
We have set up variable pricing according to the type of educational institution or organization: Colleges, universities & museums: $170; Cultural & community organizations: $110; Public libraries & K-12: $80. You can pay directly via PayPal, or send a Purchase Order to Palomino Productions, P.O. Box 8565, Berkeley, CA., 94707, USA.
PLEASE NOTE: We will ship within 48 hours (excluding weekends and holidays) of receiving the contract for PPRs (Public Performance Rights); a digital signature is fine.
The above link is for download only (choose the BUY option). If you need streaming, you can obtain it from one of our educational distributors: Films for the Humanities and Sciences and Alexander Street Press are two of them. Please be aware that these distributors do not have the extras.