WHO’S IN IT?
Rachelle Vinberg (film debut), Jaden Smith (The Karate Kid), Kabrina Adams (film debut), Tashiana Washington (Gimme Shelter), Brenn Lorenzo (film debut), Jules Lorenzo (film debut), Ardelia Lovelace (film debut), Nina Moran (film debut), Elizabeth Rodriguez (Logan), Taylor Gray (Thunderstruck), Nico Hiraga (Summer of 17), Judah Lang (film debut), Malachi Omega (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Crystal Moselle (The Wolfpack), director, writer, producer; Jen Silverman (film debut) and Aslihan Unaldi (Young Wrestlers), writers; Lizzie Nastro (The Wannabe), Julia Nottingham (The Possibilities Are Endless), Matthew Perniciaro (One and Two), Michael Sherman (31), Rodrigo Teixeira (Call Me By Your Name) and Izabella Tzenkova (Lily), producers; Aska Matsumiya (The Wolfpack), composer; Shabier Kirchner (Throuple), cinematographer; Nico Leunen (The Broken Circle Breakdown), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Camille (Vinberg) is a lonely teenage girl whose life changes drastically when she befriends a local all-girls group of skateboarders known as the Skate Kitchen, and as she ventures further into the New York City subculture of skateboarding, she learns the true value of friendship, love, and believing in herself…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
For her first narrative feature after breaking through with the riveting documentary The Wolfpack, filmmaker Crystal Moselle brings us a raw and natural tale of female skateboarding with a cast of mostly unknowns (aside from Jaden Smith, in his first feature role since his failed launch as an action star in the dismal After Earth).