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Crips and Bloods: Made in America -- With a first-person look at the notorious Crips and Bloods, this film examines the conditions that have lead to decades of devastating gang violence among young African Americans growing up in South Los Angeles.
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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Stacy Peralta (written by) &
Sam George (written by)
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With a first-person look at the notorious Crips and Bloods, this film examines the conditions that have lead to decades of devastating gang violence among young African Americans growing up in South Los Angeles. | Add synopsis »
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Very important, thoroughly researched and recommendable documentary on gangs in LA See more (25 total) »

Cast

 

Jim Brown ... Himself
Tony Muhammad ... Himself (as Minister Tony Muhammad)

Forest Whitaker ... Narrator

Directed by
Stacy Peralta 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Stacy Peralta (written by) &
Sam George (written by)

Produced by
Baron Davis .... producer
Jesse Dylan .... producer
Rachel Griffin .... line producer
Dan Halsted .... producer
Quincy Jones III .... executive producer (as Quincy 'QD3' Jones III)
Steve Luczo .... executive producer
Shaun Murphy .... producer
Stacy Peralta .... producer
Gus Roxburgh .... producer
Cash Warren .... producer
 
Original Music by
Matter Music (original music by)
 
Cinematography by
Tony Hardmon 
 
Film Editing by
T.J. Mahar 
 
Production Management
Tanya Sakolsky .... production manager
Kit Vogel .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Apollo Payne .... second unit director
 
Sound Department
Christopher Alba .... sound effects editor
Stephanie Brown .... supervising sound editor
Katy Davidson .... sound intern
Dane A. Davis .... co-supervising sound editor
Dane A. Davis .... sound designer
Paul Hackner .... sound editor
Craig MacLellan .... assistant adr recordist
Caleb Mose .... sound
Tom Ozanich .... sound re-recording mixer
Jussi Tegelman .... sound editor
Donna G. Walker .... post sound operations
Bryan A. Watkins .... sound effects editor (as Bryan O. Watkins)
 
Visual Effects by
Jason Tublewicz .... visual effects editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Brooks Burton .... aerial cinematographer
Tony Friedkin .... additional still photographer (as Anthony Friedkin)
Johnny M.G. Green .... additional still photographer
Joe Guidry .... additional camera operator
Ben McMillan .... gaffer
Ralph Payne .... assistant camera
Tanya Sakolsky .... additional still photographer
Fulton Singleton .... dolly grip
Paul Stukin .... additional camera operator
Bryan Wiley .... still photographer
 
Editorial Department
Andy Lichtstein .... digital colorist
Aaron Null .... post-production assistant
Nicholas Philbrook .... assistant editor
Garrett Richardson .... post-production intern
Holly Richardson .... post-production intern
Christine Seino .... assistant on-line editor
 
Music Department
Brandy Allen .... additional music selection
Michelle Dickson Fine .... additional music clearance
Debra MacCulloch .... music supervisor
T.J. Mahar .... music editor
Ric Markmann .... composer: additional music
Soul Nana .... composer: additional music
Emmanuel Obeng .... composer: additional music
Stacy Peralta .... music selection
Tanya Sakolsky .... additional music selection
Garth Trinidad .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Genaro Carpio .... production assistant
D.K. .... consultant
Kamari Dar'Shae Denson .... production assistant
Danielle Dreis .... production assistant
Terry Goudeau .... consultant
Rudolph 'Rockhead' Johnson .... consultant
Nicholas Kim .... assistant production accountant
Vicky Lindsey .... consultant
Johan Martínez .... production assistant
Sean McNair .... consultant "DK"
Tony Muhammad .... consultant (as Minister Tony Muhammad)
Jose Perez .... assistant production accountant
Staley Prom .... production assistant
Juan Rodriguez .... key production assistant
Aqeela Sherrills .... consultant
Jennifer L. Stone .... lead production accountant
Bo Taylor .... consultant
 
Thanks
Adam Bardach .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Made in America" - USA (original title)
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93 min
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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Very important, thoroughly researched and recommendable documentary on gangs in LA, 25 October 2009
Author: Niklas Pivic from Stockholm, Sweden

A very strange documentary on how racism turned clubs into gangs, youths into warriors and a relatively small stretch of land into a war zone during the past 40 years. This film looks into the history of Los Angeles, how black youths were shunned by the government, harassed by the police and basically pushed to the brink of rioting, as in Watts and Detroit in the 60s. Then in the 90s when rioting hit Los Angeles again, clubs for youths of the 70s had turned into gangs, formed around the two biggest gangs of them all: bloods and crips, who have so far been the reason for the deaths of more than 15000 people. Highly recommendable, this film lets out the anger, despair, peer pressures, negative and positive thinking surrounding the entire nature of gangs forming. This is a very important, well-written and thoroughly researched and interviewed film.

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