Female Director(s), Documentary, Music, NY Director(s)
Described by LA Weekly as the “foremost illustrator of rap,” Yung Lenox is portraitist specializing in drawings of iconic hip-hop albums, from Cam'ron's Purple Haze to N.W.A.'s Straight Outta Compton. Follow this six year old and his Dad; what starts as an after-school hobby turns into a lifestyle, and a business. Screening as part of Shorts: Be Yourself
CAST & CREDITS
Directed by Stacey Lee and Anthony Mathile
Anthony Mathile is a New York–based director. His feature docs about David Bowie and other musicians have won multiple awards. Stacey Lee is a New Zealand-born writer/director, living in New York. Her first film, One Ignites Another, won Best Music Documentary 2011 at the New York Independent Film Festival.
Anthony Mathile, Stacey Lee
Anthony Mathile, Matthew Charof
Dallas, M ss ng P eces
Anna Rau, Jessica Cohen
Anthony Mathile, Frank Mobilio
Julia Willinger, Laura Katz, Erik Masone, Victor Bruno, Jon Stone
Sound Design & Mix
One Thousand Birds
Yung Lenox, Skip Class, Megan Bingham, Kool Keith, Cam'ron
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