"Thunder Soul" is a family-friendly entry in the Los Angeles Film Festival.
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If you're looking for family-friendly festival fare, "Thunder Soul" (pictured above) is another option.
Screening on Saturday, June 26 at 8:30 p.m., the documentary is part of the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre Screenings associated with the festival.
"Thunder Soul" tells the story of Conrad O. "Prof" Johnson, a band leader that turned a "staid" high school jazz band in inner-city Houston into a '70s sensation. Thirty-five years later, that band, the Kashmere Stage Band, reunites to pay tribute to the man who changed their lives.