THE UGANDA SKATEBOARD MOVIE - a feature length documentary film


Sunday is for Street #2 from Brian Lye on Vimeo.

THE UGANDA SKATEBOARD UNION

is an organization in Kitintale, Kampala, Uganda, that enables youth to skateboard and reap the benefits of a fun and creative activity.

My involvement with the USU began in 2006 when I worked together with Jack Mubiru and local youth to build what became the first skateboard park in East Africa. Also with Jack, I co-founded and set up the NGO that is now nationally registered in Uganda as The Uganda Skateboard Union.

The Documentary Project:

This film is setting out to tell the story of the Uganda Skateboard Union; its history and its present state.

Currently in post-production.

A big thank you to all who supported the fundraising effort for the film, and a thank you for your continued patience on the release of the film. Becoming a parent and entering grad school have slowed down the editing.

to see images on the project please visit : www.ugandaskateboardunion.org
and to see the up to date blog managed by Jack : www.ugandaskateboardunion.wordpress.com

Please also search for Uganda Skateboard Union on facebook to see the page that is managed by the skaters.


THE UGANDA SKATEBOARD MOVIE - a feature length documentary film


Sunday is for Street #2 from Brian Lye on Vimeo.

THE UGANDA SKATEBOARD UNION

is an organization in Kitintale, Kampala, Uganda, that enables youth to skateboard and reap the benefits of a fun and creative activity.

My involvement with the USU began in 2006 when I worked together with Jack Mubiru and local youth to build what became the first skateboard park in East Africa. Also with Jack, I co-founded and set up the NGO that is now nationally registered in Uganda as The Uganda Skateboard Union.

The Documentary Project:

This film is setting out to tell the story of the Uganda Skateboard Union; its history and its present state.

Currently in post-production.

A big thank you to all who supported the fundraising effort for the film, and a thank you for your continued patience on the release of the film. Becoming a parent and entering grad school have slowed down the editing.

to see images on the project please visit : www.ugandaskateboardunion.org
and to see the up to date blog managed by Jack : www.ugandaskateboardunion.wordpress.com

Please also search for Uganda Skateboard Union on facebook to see the page that is managed by the skaters.