A 30th-anniversary screening of 'Wild Style,' the iconic 1983 film about a graffiti writer in the South Bronx during the earliest days of hip-hop.

Many of the main roles were played by the movement's originators, including DJ Grand Wizzard Theodore — who is credited with inventing record scratching and needle dropping — and Waterbed Kev from the Fantastic Romantic 5, who will both be at the screening, along with director Charlie Ahearn.

There will also be a special screening of Ahearn's 2007 short film 'The Brothers Fantastic.'

$5 suggested donation for the screening at the Bronx Music Heritage Center Lab.