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All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ is a tell-all documentary about life in New York City as two cultures collided: hip hop and skateboarding. People who are fascinated or involved in modern streetwear, hip hop, or skateboarding culture will not want to miss this one. It is a complete discussion of the culture and influences of the time and how the two cultures collided in the first place.

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People can expect to see many big names that happened to have a first-hand experience of the cultures colliding in 1987-1997 in New York, and they are coming together to share their perspectives of the culture of the time. Some big names people can expect to tell the story are the amazing Rosario Dawson, Darryl McDaniels (Run-D.M.C.), Fab 5 Freddy, and much more.

All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ explains how the convergence of skateboarding and hip hop led to the creation of modern streetwear and created the culture that allowed people to express themselves through their style. It has also been mentioned that viewers’ can expect to see never-before-seen footage from the time and numerous interviews from the people mentioned above and more.

‘All the Streets Are Silent’ – Why The Name?

You might be confused by the title of this movie or what the title means by silent. By saying all of the streets are silent, the creators of the movie were speaking of how the pandemic this past year had silenced the typically busy and loud streets of New York City, but how this wasn’t the case in 1987-1997 as the streets were booming with the joining of hip hop and skateboarding culture.

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The trailer for All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ does an excellent job of showing the power and life that the convergence brought, but I can’t wait to see the movie to truly feel energy and emotion from the people telling the story and the never-before-seen footage. I also am intrigued by the explanations of how the joining of hip hop and skateboarding changed created the modern streetwear and culture we still see today.

I have a feeling that this movie will also empower and transform the culture of hip hop and skateboarding today after people begin to watch it, and we could even see older styles and techniques start to make a comeback again. This movie will definitely inspire many people out there who are already intrigued by the culture of hip hop and skateboarding, and it may even inspire people who weren’t as interested before they watched.

What to Expect

‘All the Streets Are Silent’ will be narrated by Eli Gesner, Zoo York co-founder, who is also known for directing ‘Concrete Jungle’ starring Travis Barker and Tony Hawk, writing ‘Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground’ starring Tony Hawk and Bam Margera, and more. The movie will feature an original score by hip hop producer, Large Professor (Nas), who has starred in ‘Nas: Time is Illmatic,’ ‘Hip-Hop Evolution,’ and has also created music for movies and television shows like ‘Boyz n the Hood’ and ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’

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The movie was directed, produced, and edited by Jeremy Elkin, who is also known for his hand in ‘Call Me Caitlyn,’ ‘JR: The Chronicles of New York City,’ and more. The movie will be documentary-style featuring never-before-seen footage from the time, highlights of artists like Jay-Z and Busta Rhymes, and sit-down interviews with people who lived through the era.

The sit-down interviews from the people that lived and breathed through the era will probably be one of the most insightful parts of the movie as personal stories and learning lessons seem to always tell the story better than reading from a history book. It will also be interesting to take bits and pieces from everyone’s stories, the footage, and more to form them together to create your own perspective of the era.

Who Else to Expect

As mentioned above, there will be a variety of people to tell the story of the convergence of hip hop and skateboarding. Others not mentioned above that will be starring in ‘All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ are Leo Fitzpatrick, Moby, Stretch Armstrong, Peter Bici, Kid Capri, and many more. People can expect to see several interviews throughout the movie and to learn from their experiences which will add an insightful and authentic feel to the movie as a whole.

The combination of people within this film will definitely make for an emotional rollercoaster ride of nostalgia that will put viewers back in New York City in 1987-1997 like they were there themselves. It will be amazing to compare and contrast how the culture at the time has either changed or stayed the same for the most part.

‘All the Streets Are Silent’

‘All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ is a long-awaited conversation about the beginnings of modern streetwear, and I do not doubt that people will be heavily influenced by what the movie reveals and presents. It will be like pulling out a time capsule from the time and emotionally inserting ourselves into the perspectives that lived through the time.

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I’m most excited to see the never-before-seen footage and to listen and learn from the variety of people starring in the movie. The movie will be in theaters on July 23, 2021, and it will definitely be one for the books in terms of American culture. I think people will be most intrigued by who is starring in the documentary, narrating, and creating the score for the movie. I think I will be most shocked by the true origins of streetwear and where it all began in the busy streets of New York City.

Rosario Dawson will next be seen in ‘DMZ’ with Venus Ariel directed by Ava DuVernay. Darryl McDaniels will next be seen in ‘The Gathering’ with Al Leong directed by Johnnyray Gasca. Fab 5 Freddy will next be seen in ‘All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ with Rosario Dawson directed by Jeremy Elkin. Eli Gesner will next be seen in ‘All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ with Darryl McDaniels directed by Jeremy Elkin.

Leo Fitzpatrick will next be seen in ‘All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ with Eli Gesner directed by Jeremy Elkin. Moby will next be seen in ‘Derrick & Tanya’s Highway to Health’ with Derrick Green directed by John Hennessey. Stretch Armstrong will next be seen in ‘All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ Leo Fitzpatrick directed by Jeremy Elkin. Peter Bici will next be seen in ‘All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)’ with Stretch Armstrong directed by Jeremy Elkin. Kid Capril will next be seen in ‘Tale of the Tape’ with Big Sean directed by Malik K. Buie.

Cast: Rosario Dawson, Darryl McDaniels, Fab 5 Freddy, Eli Gesner, Leo Fitzpatrick, Moby, Stretch Armstrong, Peter Bici, Kid Capri

Director: Jeremy Elkin Writer: Jeremy Elkin

By Brianna Benozich

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  • Brianna Benozich is a writer for The Hollywood Insider and a stand up comedian. With a background in screenwriting, she believes that every good story relies on character, story, and themes. Brianna believes that these components, especially with comedies, can start necessary conversations and even open the minds of the audience. She strives to bring attention to underrepresented and overshadowed films and television series which align with the core values of Hollywood Insider's mission to provide meaningful and compelling stories.    

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