Max Eriksson’s documentary on the tragic life of a professional skateboarder, The Scars of Ali Boulala, will only interest fans of the sport.
Bing Liu’s Skateboarding Documentary, ‘Minding the Gap’, Is a Manifesto of Youth Delivered by the Young
Some people never grow up but in skateboarding documentary, ‘Minding the Gap’, no one ever stops growing.
For those who proclaim that people are solely responsible for their life's choices, Bing Liu's, Minding the Gap shows what costs come with attempting to break cycles of violence, poverty, and addiction.
Skate Kitchen gives an impressionistic presentation of city skateboarding as a gritty, tribal ritual where women roar as loudly as men and where wayward souls try to forge distinct personalities through loud dress, comic vulgarity, and the crisp imitation of spins and jumps.