The Hooping Life
|The Hooping Life|
|Directed by||Amy Goldstein|
Anouchka van Riel
The String Cheese Incident
|Music by||Basement Jaxx|
The featured hoopers
|Edited by||Dawn Hoggatt Hollier|
|Distributed by||Cinedigm, Passion River|
The Hooping Life is a 2014 documentary film directed by Amy Goldstein. The film had its world premiere in April 2010 at the Sarasota Film Festival, and focuses on the history of hooping.
The film takes a look at the subculture of hula hooping, which was primarily spearheaded by women. Narrated by Shaquille O’Neal, the documentary follows several people who participate in the subculture, incorporating it into their daily lives in various different ways.
- Shaquille O’Neal as the Narrator (voice)
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- Official website
- The Hooping Life on IMDb
- The Hooping Life at the International Documentary Association
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