Stacy Peralta began his craft as a guerilla director / cinematographer / editor on his famous collection of skateboarding videos, “The Bones Brigade Video Show”. The self-taught filmmaker then spent six years during the 1990s producing and directing network television before moving into documentary filmmaking with “Dogtown and Z-Boys”. The film won both the Audience Award and the Directing Award at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. His next film, “Riding Giants”, was the opening night film of the 2004 Festival. The documentary “Crips and Blood: Made in America”, another Sundance success followed in 2008. “Bones Brigade: An Autobiography” is Stacy’s latest and fourth Sundance documentary.