A romance set in the world of freestyle basketball.
A multi-narrative journey that weaves between three families in present-day Bradford, where three worlds collide and leave a Muslim scholar fighting for his life. Yusif, the son of Mosque scholar Rehman, is doing his best to keep his dad's dream at arms length. Zac is from a white working class family whose troubles hit fifth gear due to his radical behaviour. Khadija is second generation Iraqi and a recent graduate in politics whose ambitions are about to be put to the test. Fuelled by yet another grooming case making the headlines, they must face the storm before the calm.
Elena Elmoznino’s short doc Freestyle has such an irresistible subject matter — it’s about “canine freestyle,” a sport in which dogs and their owners dance competitively — that all she really needed to do was point her camera at these prancing duos and let the footage speak for itself. But what makes Elmoznino’s film a true delight as well as an award winner (it nabbed Best Short Doc at Slamdance 2004) is its sure storytelling sense and the compassionate humor with which it depicts its subjects.
Sway and King Tech -- rappers and hosts of the groundbreaking Bay Area hip-hop radio show "The Wake Up Show" -- present this magazine-style program of interviews, live performances and freestyles from some of the biggest names in hip-hop. Among the featured artists are Eminem, KRS-One, Common, the Roots, Pharrell and the Neptunes, Xzibit, DJ Quik and many others.
Dive deep into the story of freestyle skiing, its origins, and how it continues to develop. In the fluid style of a top-to-bottom run that reaches across eras, take a thrilling ride through history.
An unmanned drone deviates from its destined flight path, as it wanders through time and space its camera surveys its surroundings and the robot narrates its findings.
Part of a series aimed at motorcycle enthusiasts of all stripes, this installment features undefeated freestyle champ Travis Pastrana. The Motocross and Supercross titleholder shows off his signature, gravity-defying moves and offers insight into his topnotch riding skills, including how to conquer new jumps, how to perfect stunts and how to create crowd-pleasing routines. Show host Matt LeBlanc rides with and interviews Pastrana.
From neighborhood ciphers to the most notorious MC battles, "Freestyle: the Art of Rhyme" captures the electrifying energy of improvisational hip-hop--the rarely recorded art form of rhyming spontaneously. Like preachers and jazz solos, freestyles exist only in the moment, a modern-day incarnation of the African-American storytelling tradition. Shot over a period of more than seven years, it is already an underground cult film in the hip-hop world. The film systematically debunks the false image put out by record companies that hip-hop culture is violent or money-obsessed. Instead, it lets real hip-hop artists, known and unknown, weave their story out of a passionate mix of language, politics, and spirituality.
Polo and Domingo spend their last days together between Ciudad Mendoza and Cordoba, in Veracruz, Mexico, before Domingo moves to another city for college. Domingo has to say goodbye to his girlfriend, Mina; while Polo deals with his feelings towards his best friend in the little time they have left.
In the near future of a Japan, the ancient 'Act of Vengeance' is revived and professional executioners are permitted to kill criminals by the requests from their victims. People who are to be executed are notified of the execution time and date in advance and they are allowed to have their own guard.
The definitive, adrenaline-soaked story of the birth and boom of the most extreme sport on the planet: Freestyle Motocross.
The love between young college students Toki (Hibari Misora) and the handsome Takaga (Ken Takakura) is tested when Takaya's parents, who depise Toki's family's geisha house business, intervenes in their relationship.
Dragon Rojo Jr., Mr. Profesional, ¡Sorpresa!, Rayo X and TseTse Fly are five friends who, with their fabulous wrestling skills, try to defend in the ring a village being attacked by a group of monstrous rudos (bad guy wrestlers) under the leadership of Rey Extremo. By the creators of ¡Mucha Lucha!
FreeStyle is a no-cost design show on HGTV where interior decorators and designers de-clutter, reorganize and move furniture and accessories around in a room, to give homeowners a dramatic new look without spending a dime! The series was originally hosted by Aaron Foster, but new episodes now feature Evan Farmer as the host. Designers featured regularly on the show include: Evette Rios, Kelley Hundahl, Kahi Lee, Taniya Nayak and Amanda Miller.