All the Streets Are Silent

It doesn't matter if you're a "hip hop head," a skater, or a stockbroker. You'll be engaged from beginning to end.


All the Streets Are Silent

In the early 1990s, the streets of New York were the site of a dynamic collision between two vibrant subcultures: skateboarding and hip hop.

Jeremy Elkin's documentary,
All The Streets Are Silent, narrated by Eli Morgan Gesner, brings to life the magic of this time period and the convergence that created an urban style and visual language that would have an outsized and lasting cultural effect. If Paris Is Burning and Kids had a baby, you'd have this documentary love letter to New York—examining race, society, fashion and street culture—and full of archival footage featuring legendary characters and figures from the downtown scene.

The documentary features Rosario Dawson, Harold Hunter, Justin Pierce, Keith Hufnagel, Darryl McDaniels (Run-D.M.C.), Jefferson Pang, Bobbito Garcia, Stretch Armstrong, Kool Keith, Leo Fitzpatrick, Mike Hernandez, DJ Clark Kent, Kid Capri, Mike Carroll, Moby, Fab 5 Freddy, Peter Bici, Yuki Watanabe, Clayton Patterson, Beatrice Domond, and Tyshawn Jones.
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Documentary, Music, New York City, Sport, African-American Experience
Jeremy Elkin
Anne Brodie, What She Said

'All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)' is a deeply nostalgic look at the early days of New York hip hop, graffiti and skateboarding subcultures as they grew and bonded. From the outer boroughs to the white heat of Manhattan’s street scene, wonderful ...

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