20 Years of DOGTOWN AND Z-BOYS
Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!
Wed, Nov 3 @ 6:45 pm: Followed by a Q&A with photographer and A LOOK BACK director Glen E. Friedman and Z-Boy Wentzle Ruml IV. Glen E. Friedman will also be doing a post-screening book signing, with copies of his books availble for sale.
Run Time: 117 min.
Glen E. Friedman and Dogtown Z-Boy vet Wentzle Ruml IV join us to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys with a screening on 35mm. After the feature doc, we’ll watch Friedman’s short doc A Look Back: Dogtown and Z-Boys, an update on the lives of the legendary Z-Boys skateboard crew twenty years after the release of their groundbreaking film.
A Look Back: Dogtown and Z-Boys (2021)
Director: Glen E. Friedman Run Time: 26 min. Format: DCP Rating: NR
In his short documentary A Look Back: Dogtown and Z-Boys, Glen E. Friedman updates the lives of the legendary Z-Boys skateboard crew twenty years after the release of their groundbreaking film. Dogtown and Z-Boys found an audience outside of the traditional skateboard community. Tony Alva, Peggy Oki, Stacy Peralta and more from the OG Zephyr scene break down why it worked and what was missing.
Dogtown and Z-Boys (2001)
Director: Stacy Peralta Run Time: 91 min. Format: 35mm Rating: PG 13
Dogtown and Z-Boys is directed and co-written by skateboard legend-turned-filmmaker Stacy Peralta, it’s the story of a group of accidental revolutionaries, gifted kids who inadvertently changed the world by doing what came naturally. It is also a unique documentary event: a ground-level, eyewitness account of the birth of an organic American pop culture phenomenon.