Described by LA Weekly as the “foremost doodler of rap,” Yung Lenox is portraitist specializing in drawings of iconic hip-hop albums, from Cam’ron’s Purple Haze to N.W.A.’s Straight Outta Compton. Follow this seven year old and his Dad; what starts as an after-school hobby turns into a lifestyle, and a business.

SCREENING: Crowley Theater – Sunday Oct 18 10:00AM


Category: Documentary Short
Year: 2014
Runtime: 15m
Country: USA
Language: English


Director: Stacey Lee, Anthony Mathile
Editor: Anthony Mathile, Joseph Peeler, Matthew Charof
Cinematographer: Jacob Rosen
Sound Editor: Aaron Stein-Chester
Cast: Yung Lenox, Skip Class, Cam’ Ron, Kool Keith



Stacey Lee is a writer, director and producer born in New Zealand, now living in New York.
She began her career working as a creative director in advertising producing award winning advertising and editorial content for VICE, MTV, Absolut, adidas, Beats by Dre, Levi’s, Spotify and Red Bull Music Academy. Her work has won awards at every major advertising festival including Cannes, Clio, AWARD, Young Guns, Art Director’s Club Berlin and she has been published twice in the D&AD book. In 2012 she left advertising to pursue her passion for documentary full time and won Best Music Documentary for her first film “One Fire Ignites Another” at the New York Independent Film Festival.

Anthony Mathile is a New York based director, editor and sound designer. His film career began on the road making tour documentaries with such humble acts as David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, The Police and Genesis. After picking up numerous awards, including a platinum disc from EMI, he felt he’d exhausted the collective gene pool of aging rock stars and settled down in Brooklyn, NY. Since then he continues to develop his own documentaries as well as original content series and music videos for Heineken, Intel, VICE, Beats by Dre and adidas.