Feature-length documentary “Shake the Dust” has been released on Vimeo on Demand.
“Shake the Dust” focuses on hip-hop culture in “unlikely” places, from the streets of Cambodia to the deserts of Yemen. It showcases breakdancers in these regions and beyond as they deal with the poverty and various struggles of where they live. You can watch the trailer here:
The documentary features international hip-hop artists in addition to US-based musicians like Nas, Common, and Talib Kweli. It was directed by photographer Adam Sjöberg and executive produced by Nasir “Nas” Jones himself. “Shake the Dust” was produced by David Jacobson and Loose Luggage Media in association with Dave Stewart Entertainment, Wild Hair Media, and Continental Media.
Those interested in renting the film can get it for $4.99, while it costs $9.99 to buy on Vimeo. New York City-based distributor, Bond/360, is also planning a limited theatrical release across the US, starting at the TCL Chinese Theater in Los Angeles.