9:30pm Street Art Short Films $12
- The Cardboard Artist 0:11:05
- Venice And Lincoln 0:01:00
- Skid Row – Street Art – Community 0:02:36
- Creative Aurea Street 0:01:23
- Grafstract: The Bronx Street Art Renaissance* 0:17:21
- Painted City 0:26:25
The Cardboard Artist
directed by Matthew Kaundart
“The Cardboard Artist” is a short documentary about Calder Greenwood, an LA-based street artist who creates elaborate cardboard and paper mache installations throughout the city. Through exploring ephemeral art and coming to know one of its creators, this film reveals how there’s great beauty in realizing some things must come to an end.
Venice And Lincoln
directed by Bennett Piscitelli
Some would call it street art, some would call it vandalism. Regardless, a handful of paper flowers existed on the corner of Venice and Lincoln Boulevard for a short week in 2016.
Skid Row – Street Art – Community
directed by David Wynn
A micro documentary of a street artist living and creating installations in Skid Row, Downtown Los Angeles using cardboard and pennies.
Creative Aurea Street
directed by Paulo Carmagnani Franco
For one day, ten parking spaces were transformed into a leisure area on Aurea Street, Vila Mariana, São Paulo, Brazil.
Grafstract: The Bronx Street Art Renaissance
directed by Dan Perez
By enlisting the help of some of the world’s top street artists, J. “SinXero” Beltran has made it his mission to legally beautify the Bronx, the birthplace of graffiti, through his TAG Public Arts Project (The Art of Grafstract).
directed by Caitlin Carrol
Painted City explores the history of Washington, D.C.’s community murals and the preservation issues they face in rapidly changing neighborhoods by following one local woman’s efforts to study and conserve them.
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