Indie Trailer Sunday: 'Flex is Kings' Rad Brooklyn Street Dancing Doc
"Every time I dance… I tell a story." Today's indie trailer is for a Brooklyn street dancing documentary titled Flex is Kings, that we've actually featured on FS.net before, in a Kickstart This feature a few years ago. The doc is now completed and premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Fest in spring last year, and will be hitting very limited theaters coming up soon. Baxter Brothers Films has debuted a trailer and it's worth checking out to get a sense of the style and soul behind this music doc, which comes straight from the streets of New York City. This actually looks like it will be really good, so don't miss a beat, fire it up below.
Watch the trailer for Deidre Schoo & Michael Beach Nichols' doc Flex is Kings, in high def from Apple:
Flex is Kings is a riveting and awe-inspiring look inside the world of Brooklyn street dancing known as 'flexing.' Directors Michael Beach Nichols and Deidre Schoo take audiences along on the emotional journey of several young dancers; dancers who vie for a chance to make something of themselves by battling it out through this DIY art form. In the Brooklyn neighborhood of East New York, high crime rates and diminished opportunities have left the young men growing into adulthood with few choices and fewer resources, pushing so many to lives to depend on crime and gangs. On these streets a dance community rose, eager for an avenue of expression and determined to create a positive force in their neighborhood. Flex is Kings was funded on Kickstarter, and will premiere in limited theaters starting on April 4th this spring.
Looks on the same vibe as Rize, which was a brilliant and deeply sad film. Will look it out.
Carpola on Mar 31, 2014
ff on Mar 31, 2014
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