Sounds Like a Revolution is a new feature documentary about the recent generation of activist musicians who are using music as a tool for social change.

The film documents the journeys of the political musicians Michael Franti, Fat Mike (NOFX), Paris, and Anti-Flag, whose music and message have “enraged, enlightened and inspired a new generation of activists around the world.”

Sounds Like a Revolution – HD Trailer from Deltatime Productions on Vimeo. /  Feature photo – Scott Penner on Flickr

Sounds Like a Revolution also features songs and commentary by a variety of artists, including Pete Seeger, David Crosby, The Dixie Chicks, Steve Earle, Ani DiFranco, Jello Biafra, Henry Rollins, Ice T, and Rage Against the Machine.

The world premiere is going to be on Wednesday, June 16th at 8:30 p.m. at the NFB Mediatheque in Toronto (150 John Street, Toronto, ON). Visit for ticket information.

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