‘All The Streets Are Silent’, A Portrait Of NYC Hip-Hop & Skateboard Scene In Years Before 9/11, Goes To Greenwich Entertainment Ahead Of Tribeca Bow

‘All The Streets Are Silent’, A Portrait Of NYC Hip-Hop & Skateboard Scene In Years Before 9/11, Goes To Greenwich Entertainment Ahead Of Tribeca Bow
Exclusive: All the Streets Are Silent, a documentary portrait of the skateboarding and hip-hop scenes in New York in the late 1980s and early ’90s, has been acquired by Greenwich Entertainment.

The U.S. rights deal precedes the film’s world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in June. The film will be released in theaters on July 23.

Jeremy Elkin is making his feature directing debut with All the Streets Are Silent, which is described as “a love letter to New York” blending elements of Paris Is Burning and Larry Clark’s Kids.

Between the city’s rebound from near-ruin in the 1970s and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Lower Manhattan was home to the thriving subcultures of skateboarding and hip-hop. Their convergence would give rise to modern street style. Eli Gesner, founder of skateboard gear and fashion brand Zoo York, will narrate the film. Hip-hop producer Large Professor, known
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