Punk rock is thriving in the backyards of South Central and East Los Angeles. A cobbled-together family of Hispanic teens and young adults comprise the scene: bands, fans, production, marketing, and security interwoven into a sub-culture of thrash and noise and pits. The sense of belonging is palpable; emotional bonds fostered among good families and those broken, poverty and wealth, adolescence and maturity, with the music emanating a magnetic chorus for all to sing together. ‘Los Punks: We Are All We Have” is a documentary feature film honestly and sincerely portraying this vibrant ‘DIY’ community.

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Reviews

“The best film of Slamdance 2016 that I’ve seen is Angela Boatwright’s ‘Los Punks: We Are All We Have'” – Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

“…the energy and good vibes on display will make “Los Punks” a pleasure for anyone who doesn’t bridle at fast/loud music.”

-Denis Harvey, Variety

“Los Punks from director Angela Boatwright is a gorgeously made (particularly the photography which is shockingly crisp and naturalistic) proto-tone poem about what this scene means to the troubled you it draws in.”

-Joshua Brunstin, Criterion Cast

Press Coverage

    • NY TIMES
      ‘Mad Tiger’ and Other Films Join a New Wave of Punk Documentaries
    • Variety
      Film Review: 'Los Punks: We Are All We Have'
      Review
    • Hollywood Reporter Review
      'Los Punks: We Are All We Have': Slamdance Review
      Review
    • Los Angeles Times
      'Los Punks' film premieres at Slamdance Film Festival
    • Creative Loafing
      Slamdance Documentary Highlights: Los Punks and Million Dollar Duck
    • L.A Taco
      An interview with Angela Boatwright
      Interview
    • Criterion Cast
      Joshua Reviews Angela Boatwright's Los Punks: We Are All We Have [Slamdance Review]
      Review
    • Slug Magazine Review
      Slamdance Film Review: Los Punks; We Are All We Have
      Review
    • Hollywood Reporter
      'Los Punks' Doc Trailer Explores Thriving L.A. Subculture (Exclusive)
    • Slug Magazine
      Los Punks in L.A.: an interview with director Angela Boatwright
      Interview

    LOS PUNKS ON FACEBOOK

    Heads up Los Punks fans! Los Punks; We Are All We Have director Angela Boatwright has a gorgeous 8x10 zine available for purchase featuring some of her images taken in the East Los Angeles backyard punk scene from 2013 & 2014. Zine is 28 a page, 8"x10" professionally printed booklet, saddle stitch, staple bound, printed on 80 lb. opaque paper w/ 100 lb. cover. Absolutely gorgeous, full-bleed and limited to a quantity of 200, all hand numbered. All proceeds from the sale of this zine go to Las Fotos Project a non-profit organization based in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, dedicated to empowering young girls through photography. There aren't many left, to purchase please visit her Big Cartel site: angelaboatwright.bigcartel.com ... See MoreSee Less

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    If you're in southern California don't miss Los Punks band Psyk Ward opening for Choking Victim tomorrow November 13th at The Observatory Orange County!! Psyk Ward go on at 6:15 sharp!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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    Meet the Cast and Crew

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