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READ MORE Rize is an expansion of La Chapelle’s previous Sundance foray, his short "Krumped,” which earned an honorable mention nod last year, and continues an extremely unlikely union between one of Vanity Fairs top photographers and poor kids in the ghetto.READ MORE There's a great documentary called "Rize," directed by the fashion style photographer David La Chapelle, about inner-city kids in South Central LA who turn away from violence and turn towards dance, and have these astonishing dance competitions that essentially work as a kind of a de facto cultural underground.You've got to really know where to go to find these places out.For Johnson, it is more than an aesthetic pastime: In an area besieged by drive-by shootings, drug deals and unemployment, clowning is his way of offering an optimistic alternative for youngsters, a means of self-expression and a chance to channel positive energy.READ MORE As long as it showcases the art of krump, underscoring the dancers with ominous hip-hop beats, Rize is such a vibrant eruption of motion and attitude that you can forgive the film for being disorganized and too skimpy on street-dance history.