Thursday, January 9, 2014

BANDIT & "The Boy Who Cried Girl"

This epic story was designed to illuminate street art, the artists, their inspirations and the lives of others affected by their art. THE GOAL The main goal of our documentary is to shed light on the unity of our "human condition" by examining street artists, their personal lives, and the emotions, spirituality, and experiences that inspire them. We plan to weave these stories together to illustrate how we are all similar in our struggles but different in the way we express them. THE STORY Our story begins with a macroscopic perspective of art, from its inception to its present state. We will then narrow in on select street artists, and the city they work and live in, Los Angeles California. These short stories will focus on selected street artists and emphasize a compare-and-contrast view of the their "normal" daily lives and elusive art lives. These stories will also be infused with the stories of local law enforcement, graffiti removal services, city officials, street art photographers and most important, the perspective of the public. THE PLAN We have already begun filming many of the featured artists, but still have plenty more to shoot. We intend to resume principle photography beginning mid-January and end most shooting by the end of May with a working copy ready to go in mid-July. PAST SHORT EXAMPLES OF OUR WORK Student-Leadership Project Los Angeles Boys and Girls Club PSA More...

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