The trailer for Jeremy Elkin’s All the Streets Are Silent — a film idea that once got floated around as a documentary about the creation of Zoo York’s Mixtape video before unraveling into a much larger narrative — is now live. Anybody whose interests line up with the things discussed on this website over the years (rap, skating midtown twenty deep, #clubbing) should have reason to be excited that the wait is over :)
Writing on QS exactly a year ago after an early screening of the film, our correspondent Frozen in Carbonite described it as a “cultural document, case study in entrepreneurism, gold for skate nerd completists, and an instructional video on finding one’s lane.” The trailer gives a sliver of a peek at the depth of unseen archival footage making its way to the public for the first time, and that “is worth the price of admission alone.” (I remember a Harold Hunter Union Square line in the early cut I saw and thinking, “How the hell has this never been in a video?”)
The film is digitally premiering as part of the Tribeca Film Festival this year, starting this Friday, June 11 at 6 P.M. You can buy a ticket here, although the online premiere is only available to those inside the U.S. It will arrive in theaters (they’re back!) on July 23rd, before heading to all the streaming services on September 7th.