'All the Streets Are Silent' Explores NYC's Hip-Hop and Skateboarding Subcultures in New Trailer

The first trailer for All the Streets Are Silent — Greenwich Entertainment’s upcoming Tribeca Film Festival documentary select — has arrived, previewing the film’s deep-dive into New York City’s hip-hop and skateboarding subcultures in the lates ’80s and early ’90s.

Directed, produced and edited by Jeremy Elkin, from a script co-written with Dana Brown, the flick is a “love letter to New York,” exploring the intersection of race, society, fashion and street culture in a time period that continues to have an outsized impact on modern style. Employing never-before-seen tapes from the era’s archives, the Eli Gesner-narrated film documents the convergence between the two aforementioned subcultures from an insider perspective.

Additionally, the documentary uncovers personal anecdotes through conversations with lauded icons from both the hip-hop and skateboard realms of the time, including 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.

The film also features an original score by legendary hip-hop producer Large Professor.

All the Streets Are Silent is slated to make its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival on Friday, June 11, before landing in theaters on July 23.

Elsewhere in entertainment, Space Jam: A New Legacy shared a new trailer ahead of its July 16 theatrical release.

 
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