Films & Other Videos
Films with: Peralta, Stacy
- Crips and Bloods made in America /
- A cluster of neighborhoods lies in the heart of Southern California, streets that form a grid between concrete ribbons of freeway. Nearly a quarter of its young men will end up in prison. Many other will end up dead. These neighborhoods in South Los Angeles are home to two of the most infamous African-American gangs, the Crips and the Bloods. On these mean streets over the past 30 years, more than 15,000 people have been murdered in an ongoing cycle of gang violence that continues unabated. Here is where America's most bloody and costly outbreaks in civil unrest erupted - not once, but twice, 27 years and just three miles apart. Combines archival footage with in-depth interviews.
- DVD 6898
- Dogtown and Z-boys
- The story of a gang of discarded kids who virtually revolutionized skateboarding with an aggressive style, awe-inspiring moves and street smarts, and in the process, transforming youth culture forever. Captures the rise of the Zephyr skateboarding team from Venice's Dogtown, a tough "locals only" beach with a legacy of outlaw surfing, who used abandoned swimming pools to sharpen their skills.
- DVD 2470
- Riding giants
- From its early Hawaiian roots to its current status as a recreational lifestyle enjoyed worldwide, big wave surfing is given the definitive exploration by acclaimed director Stacy Peralta.
- DVD 3488
- Stoked the rise and fall of Gator /
- Charts 1980's skateboarding legend-turned-convict Mark "Gator" Rogowski's transformation from local hero to international superstar, as big business moved in and skateboarding became a global passion. Gator strove for celebrity status, but when styles in skating shifted, his waning fame skidded into infamy in a shocking act of violence.
- DVD 2947