A smart mouth, feisty, rambunctious kid seeks the tutelage of a down-and-out old school Hip-Hop great, but finds far more than he bargained for when he encounters an attractive, edgy, female skateboarder.
ABOUT THE FILMMAKER
Ron Duncan began his career at MTV Networks, where he started out as production assistant and worked his way to producing on MTV’s ground breaking, popular Hip-Hop show, YO! MTV RAPS. He also produced a half-hour special for HBO featuring Mary J. Blige and several promos for the station. He studied film production at THE NEW SCHOOL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH in New York City where he wrote and directed several short films. One, in particular, RED LIGHT GREEN LIGHT, which was awarded by THE BRONX COUNCIL ON THE ARTS as the best narrative short in the Bronx. He currently resides in Los Angeles where he completed the short films, THE BURNING DREAM DREAM X and THE HIP-HOP KID, along with working in the writing department on FOX’s television shows; GLEE, SCREAM QUEENS and AMERICAN CRIME STORY: THE PEOPLE v. O.J. SIMPSON and 9-1-1 produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk