A cultural revolution is beginning to take shape in Brazil, born on the streets and led by artists and athletes. It’s chronicled in a short film, E Possivel (or It Is Possible), written by Victor Navas, that explores the burgeoning worlds of hip hop, basketball and street art in Brazil, and how they’re united by individuals who refuse to let go their dreams. In conjunction with the film, Nike is releasing the Air Force 1 Brasil, done up in a black colorway with accents in the green and yellow of the Brazilian flag. The revolution’s manifesto — “We as soldiers in an invisible army march toward tomorrow as heirs of the ash on the streets and the offspring of a reality that is of interest to few” — are printed in embossed letters on the black leather. Exclusive to Brazil, the shoe comes out in early September.