This award-winning film looks at the contemporary urban expression that is unsanctioned street art. If you know Melbourne, you might recognise the tags and styles from the street, but as Melbourne prepares to host the 2006 Commonwealth Games, public dialogue heats up. Director Nicholas Hansen assigns his camera to the city's abandoned corners and most high-profile spaces, showcasing the poetic brilliance of its young graffiti artists, from the raw stencil symbolism of Psalm, to KAB101's futuristic fantasy wildstyles. True Live's Ryan Ritchie provides a pulsating soundtrack to this thrilling film experience.
Part of The London Australian Film Festival, Thu 2 - Sun 12 March at The Barbican.
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Winner: Best Australian Feature Documentary Award 2005- London Australian Film Festival