Rollin': 8 Wheels and Some Soul Brotha’ Music

Rollin': 8 Wheels and Some Soul Brotha’ Music

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Capturing the feel of the skate revolution and every funky movement around the rink, director, Tyrone D. Dixon, stirs the soul in his debut feature doc, 8 Wheels & Some Soul Brotha’ Music. This emotional blend of funk and old school rhythm and blues traces America’s fascination with the sound of eight wheels hittin’ the floor as it examines the past, present and future of the cultural phenomenon, urban jam skating.

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SYNOPSIS

Capturing the feel of the skate revolution and every funky movement around the rink, director, Tyrone D. Dixon, stirs the soul in his debut feature doc, 8 Wheels & Some Soul Brotha’ Music. This emotional blend of funk and old school rhythm and blues traces America’s fascination with the sound of eight wheels hittin’ the floor as it examines the past, present and future of the cultural phenomenon, urban jam skating.


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 74 minutes
Format: 4×3 Full Frame
Sound: Dolby SR
Rating: NR
Genre: Documentary, Urban, Family
Language: English
Country: USA
Website: www.8WheelsDoc.com


CAST & CREW

Directed by: Tyrone D. Dixon
Starring: Bill Butler, True Roller Skaters
Music by: The Polyester Players


AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

Winner – Audience AwardStarz/Encore Denver Festival
Official Selection – Bahama One World Festival
Official Selection – Detroit International Documentary Film Festival
Official Selection – Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival
Official Selection – Golden Film Festival
Official Selection – Amsterdam Film Festival
Official Selection – Atlanta Black Arts Festival
Official Selection – Dallas Juneteenth Festival

“Dixon’s enthusiasm for the fun of skating…could slingshot viewers onto the rink!”
• Robert Koehler, Variety

“Rollerskating is a lifestyle and a culture. With the right deejay, it kicks Ice Skating’s ass. Check out 8 Wheels…”
• Andy Behrens, ESPN

“Rating ****”
• Eric Campos, FilmThreat