FRONTRUNNER Film Review: Inna De Yard

“It’s Not Music That Comes First For Me, It’s People.”

A group of veteran reggae musicians, who saw the height of their fame in the late 70s and early 80s, return to their homeland of Jamaica to record an acoustic album of their most popular hits. Split between live recordings and interview segments, it is a journey that takes them back to their roots and explores the importance between the music and the people.

Inna De Yard (2019)Film stillDir. Peter WebberImage courtesy of Borsalino Pro...

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