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B.unique, Know Difference : Trailer

Thursday, October 5th, 2006

KNOW DIFFERENCE documents a groundbreaking skate phenomenon, also known as freestyle rolling, which is exploding on the streets of NYC to the surburbs of California, to worldwide.

A film that sheds light on a revolutionary form of artistic expression that involves love, pain, fear, style, joy, and possibly death.. all on 8 wheels. A completely fresh portrayal of individuals who live this lifestyle, not to fit in, but to break boundaries in their culture and within themselves.

Download the trailer : wmv | mp4 (10 mb). More infos here
Thanks Matt

Video source : Believe in One (check the the premiere issue of ONE for an exclusive interview with the Brown Brothers!

|B| UNIQUE’S “KNOW DIFFERENCE”

Thursday, November 10th, 2005

“KNOW DIFFERENCE” documents a groundbreaking skate phenomenon, also known as freestyle rolling, which is exploding on the streets of NYC to the surburbs of California, to worldwide. A film that sheds light on a revolutionary form of artistic expression that involves love, pain, fear, style, joy, and possibly death…..all on 8 wheels. A completely fresh portrayal of individuals who live this lifestyle, not to “fit in”, but to break boundaries in their culture and within themselves.

B Unique Video
Some news from Lord Brian :

Know Difference
a documentary inspired by Freestyle Rolling

The name of the new |B| UNIQUE film project is called “KNOW DIFFERENCE” and will be showcased at the NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL at VILLAGE EAST CINEMAS.

(181 Second Avenue on 12th Street) on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13th which is a pretty big deal since it will attract those still in the dark about our sport and hopefully bring them to light and what they have been missing.

The entry fee for the festival is $11 and will be starting at 11:00A.M. SHARP at THEATER 7 and will be running for approximately 50 minutes.

featuring : Alex Nunez, Billy O’Neill, Calvin Sayles, Kelso Brothers, Ramelle Knight, Franco Cammayo, Julian Bah

Read more about the festival :
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