Crowds were moved to ecstasy as the first superstar DJs emerged out of the gay, underground New York City club scene in the '80s. The cult of the DJ and dance music traversed the globe, revolutionizing the dance floor with electrifying sounds, pumping beats and elevating crescendos - inspiring all in its path to dance with unabated joy. Suddenly DJs were playing to crowds in the thousands, then tens of thousands and finally to over 1.5 million at the infamous Love Parade in Berlin.
"Evocative docu homage to superstar club DJs traces dance-music culture from underground roots to global omnipresence." - Variety
Pensacola Bay International Film Festival audience award: Best Documentary
Slamdance Official Selection 2005
Pensacola Bay Int'l Film Festival 2005
Cleveland Int'l Fim Festival 2007
River Run Int'l Film Festival 2007
Streaming video trailer