Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme

Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme is a film that Paul Devlin edited and produced in 2000.  The full length film is now available on SnagFilms & Hulu.  Check it out!  You can also own the film by buying the DVD here

Directed by Kevin Fitzgerald, FREESTYLE: THE ART OF RHYME documents the freestyle scene from the early 1980s through the present day, featuring a who's who list of seminal hip-hop figures including MC Supernatural, Mos Def, Roots members Black Thought & Questlove, Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, and many more providing a rarely seen portrait of hip hop that is at once entertaining, historical, and educational. 

You can also catch a special interview with director Kevin Fitzgerald over at Hulu.  In it he talks about the rigors of DIY distribution.  He states:

We created our own hip-hop film festival. We took it on the road, it was a total DIY thing, all over the country and even the world. Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Europe; we showed the film everywhere and did the hip-hop film festival thing. A bunch of film festivals, and now, I’m kinda burnt out on the whole thing, to tell you the truth. I wanna switch gears and get into some other field, because it was a wild ride. Ten years of just lashing hard on this film and I got a little burnt out.

Read the full interview with Kevin here.

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