GRAFSTRACT: The Bronx Street Art Renaissance | A Short Documentary Film

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09 Sep 2019

WINNER:
"Best Street Art Film" 2015 New Urbanism Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTION:
2017 Festival Internazionale del Cinema Documentario
2016 Bronx International Film Festival
2016 International Film Festival of Fine Arts
2016 Festival Internazionale del Cinema Documentario
2016 Festival Internazionale del Cinema d'Arte
2016 Jahorina Film Festival
2016 Middle Coast Film Festival
2016 ClujShorts International Short Film Festival
2016 UN*DEPENDENCE Film Festival
2015 Human Rights Film Festival of Barcelona
2015 Tirana International Film Festival DocuTIFF
2015 Shorts Mexico
2015 CINETEKTON! Festival Internacional de Cine y Arquitectura
2015 Lund International Architecture Film Festival
2015 South Texas Underground Film Festival
2015 Istanbul International Architecture and Urban Films Festival
2015 Muestra Internacional de Cine Independiente SURMIC
2015 Auroville Film Festival
*** Pueden ver la película subtitulada en español aquí https://vimeo.com/123806829 ***
*** Puoi guardare il film sottotitolato in italiano qui https://vimeo.com/184222816 ***

Filmed in the Bronx back in the summer of 2014, "GRAFSTRACT: The Bronx Street Art Renaissance" has just completed a surprising three year film festival run that included screenings in 13 different countries as well as Los Angeles (where it won the "Best Street Art Film" award at the 2015 New Urbanism Film Festival) and New York at the 2016 Bronx International Film Festival.
This short documentary film tells the story of contemporary artist SinXero Beltran and his mission to beautify the Bronx through his TAG Public Arts Project. The film also features veteran Bronx artists James "Sexer" Rodriguez, Luis "Zimad" Lamboy, the Baltimore-based street art duo of Chris Stain and Billy Mode and legendary NYC graffiti artist John "Crash" Matos.
Written, directed, shot & edited by by Dan Perez http://DanPerezFilms.me
All music via http://freemusicarchive.org
http://www.tagpublicartsproject.org

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