World re-noun B-Boy Crazy Legs (Rocksteady Crew) and director, Nabil Elderkin, have created a remarkable documentary premiering at the Manifesto Festival at The Royal Cinema in Toronto, on September 22.
Crazy Legs and Nabil Elderkin (a dynamo video music director in his own right), worked with Red Bull Media House to create Bouncing Cats; a documentary about the story of one man’s attempt to create social change for his community and country through the power of breakdance.
The man behind the attempt is Abraham ‘Abramz” Tekya, a Ugandan B-Boy himself, started the B.P.U. (Breakdance Project Uganda) to educate and empower the youth of Uganda through Hip-Hop culture. Crazy Legs, Common, Mos-Def and K’Naan set the documentary in Kampala, Uganda with commentary and interviews.
A surely not to miss film, ‘Bouncing Cats’ will no doubt leave you inspired.
Check out the trailer below.