12 O'Clock Boys

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12 O'Clock Boys
Directed by Lotfy Nathan
Produced by Eric Blair, John Kassab
Music by Joe Williams
Cinematography Lotfy Nathan
Edited by Thomas Niles
Distributed by Oscilloscope Laboratories
Running time
75 minutes
Country United States
Language English

12 O'Clock Boys is a 2013 documentary film directed by Lotfy Nathan. The documentary focuses on urban dirt-bike riders in Baltimore, Maryland and one boy's fascination with the group, dirt bikes, and his desire to join the 12 O'Clock Boys. The boy, Pug, was filmed over a three year period starting when he was 13. The film also includes interviews with several members of the 12 O'Clock Boys as well as Pug's mother, Coco. Producer, Eric Blair (Mission Film and Video) provided Second Unit Direction for the acclaimed Phantom Camera HD Slow Motion Scenes. The film includes footage from a variety of local newscasts and less than a minute of clips from Baltimore dirt-bike documentary, 12 O'Clock Boyz.[1] The film was premiered at South by Southwest 2013, and had its Baltimore premiere within Maryland Film Festival 2013. The film was acquired for U.S. theatrical distribution by Oscilloscope Laboratories in 2013, specially screened by Sundance and is available On Demand from Showtime.

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  1. ^ "12 O'Clock Boyz". U.S. Copyright Office, Retrieved 2001. 

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