Hop the L train with the dancers of ‘14th & Bedford’

London director Mollie Mills profiles the street dance crew who roam NYC subway carriages

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If you're a regular passenger on New York's subway, you'll have seen the kids who get on the train with boombox speakers and dance routines that incorporate everything from the passenger rails and passengers alike. Most New Yorkers have learned to ignore the W.A.F.F.L.E (We Are Family For Life Entertainment) crew – the name of their motley crew – and especially their calls for money once the routine finishes. Between 14th & Bedford: NY Subway Dancers digs deeper into the group of subway dancers and the motivations for their subway hustle. To celebrate director Mollie Mills's inclusion into our Tribeca NOW strand, Dazed features this short as this week's Doc X film. 

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