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서울국제여성영화제

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Skate Kitchen

Crystal MOSELLE

  • USA, UK
  • 2018
  • Korean Premiere
  • 105min
  • 12 +
  • DCP
  • color
  • Fiction

The sole hobby of Camille, an introverted teenage girl from Long Island, is riding a skateboard. One day, she finds an all-girl skater crew called Skate Kitchen through SNS. Although her mother tries to dissuade her from Skate Kitchen, Camille falls in with the in-crowd. Skate Kitchen is the debut feature film by Crystal MOSELLE who is known for her Sundance, Grand Jury Prize winning documentary, The Wolfpack. She has been interested in women’s stories so far. MOSELLE shows she is good at making documentary films as well, something realistic and lively. Actors and actresses attract attention with incredible speed while riding skateboards without stunt doubles. Especially, audiences can feel thrills when fearless girl skateboarders rush in New York City in areas full of boys. The girls show how major figures of even teen-cultures like hip-hop are weighted towards sexual domination. In addition, there are main subjects of teen drama films, including conflicts with mothers, as well as friendship and love between friends. For Camille who thinks skating is the only escape, it comes to create a number of challenges. What path will she choose with problems surrounding her? [BAE Juyeon]

schedule

Code Time Theater Grade
223 2019-08-31 | 18:00 - 19:45 MEGABOX SangamWorldcup 4 PE
516 2019-09-03 | 17:00 - 18:45 MEGABOX SangamWorldcup 7

Director

  • Crystal MOSELLE
    Crystal MOSELLE is a New York based director best known for her Sundance, Grand Jury Prize award winning documentary, The Wolfpack. In the past she was a producer on the critically acclaimed documentary film, Excavating Taylor Mead. In the last decade she has been working with shortform storytelling for publications such as Vice and The New York Times, where she created a series called Something Big, Something Small, featuring talent such as Pharrell WILLIAMS and Shepard FAIREY. Later collaborations with Pharrell included, Meet the Bae’s, a series profiling the artists back up dancers. MOSELLE is also a regular contributor for “Nowness” creating original work including viral sensation, Shapeshifting, on a pack of 14-years old Ballerinas. Most recently she directed a documentary short series for National Geographic entitled Our Dream of Water about women dealing with water crisis in Haiti, Peru and Kenya.

Credit

  • ProducerLizzie NASTRO, Crystal MOSELLE, Izabella TZENKOVA
  • Cast Kabrina ADAMS, Rachelle VINBERG, Dede LOVELACE
  • Screenwriter Crystal MOSELLE, Jen SILVERMAN, Aslihan UNALDI
  • Cinematography Shabier KIRCHNER
  • Art director Fletcher CHANCEY
  • Editor Nico LEUNEN
  • Music ASKA MATSUMIYA
  • Sound Coll ANDERSON

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