Street Flame

Following the death of their friend, a crew of skaters and motley street teens imagine their own rituals to commemorate her on their own terms.

Director, Writer, Editor

Katherine Propper

Producer

Julian Alvarado

DP

Isaiah Rendon

Addit. Photography by

Andres Torres

Associate Producers

Kendrick Rogers, Matt Busby, Megan Neely

Director, Writer, Editor

Katherine Propper

Producer

Julian Alvarado

DP

Isaiah Rendon

Addit. Photography by

Andres Torres

Associate Producers

Kendrick Rogers, Matt Busby, Megan Neely

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Street Flame

Street Flame is a coming-of-age short film, following a group of teens in Austin, TX. Street Flame is inspired by the time the director, Katherine Propper, spent hanging out with local teens in Austin, Texas — with misfits, delinquents, and skaters. It’s about the intense friendships the kids in the community here cultivate as they seek their own freedom and imagine their own rituals. Katherine Propper wanted to make a film about them because she finds so much beauty in their otherwise rough and tumble world— in their striving for landing the best skate trick, their graffitiing an otherwise dull cement ditch, and in the way they create fun despite their tough circumstances. Using their street rituals, the real places they hang out in, and having real people in mind as the characters, Street Flame hopes to capture their world.

CREW

Director, Writer, Editor – KatherinePropper

Producer – Julian Alvarado

DP – Isaiah Rendon

Addit. Photography by Andres Torres

Associate Producers – Kendrick Rogers, Matt Busby, Megan Neely

1st AD – Ahsjah Exume

Production Designer – Peyton Neiron

1st AC – Brooks Birdsall, Tiger Hill, Trevor Hoover

2nd AC – Amanda Herrera, Chris Foito

Gaffers – Noble Walker, Heather Grothues

Grips – Ethan Salinas, Chris Hatam

Sound Mixer – Mario Ramirez

Boom Ops – Thomas Surles, Matt Sherwood, Taylor Mansmann

Choreographer – Maggie Bailey

Makeup – Lauren Bacher

Re-recording Mixer – Glenn Eanes

Sound Editor – Joseph Kennemer

Assistant Editor – Heather Barnwell

Colorist – Brooks Birtdsall

Composers – Nate Meeks & Winston Myers

Additional Music by Winston Myers

CAST

One-Way – Sauve Sidle

Kane – Isaiah Shepard

Switch – Curtis Rhodes

Jinx’s Mom – Jessica Price

Jinx – Katelyn Mitchell

Cosmo – Cosmo Martinez-Glenn

Adrian – Adrian Martinez

Serge – Sergio Lopez

Milo – Milo Hanses

Rob – Rob Homiyak

Jinx’s Sister – Imani Moss-Byas

 

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