Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. FULL COLOR: An Irish Street Art Story.
2. Kermit and Fozzy are the scenario, dawg. Tribe Called Quest Goes to Sesame Street
BSA Special Feature: FULL COLOR: An Irish Street Art Story by Harry Moylan
A look at Dublin and Belfast through the work and words of 12 street artists and muralists. The crisply delivered and insightful documentary asks the fundamentals about origin, genesis, motivation of the artists and studies the subcultures that swirl about and within this particular subculture. It also has the added dimension of examining the political sentiments that run through mural art historically and specifically how “The Troubles” – the three-decade conflict between nationalists and unionists are clearly brought to bear on the collections of mural artworks created for public display.
Kermit and Fozzy are the scenario, dawg. Tribe Called Quest Goes to Sesame Street
The Original: A Tribe Called Quest – Scenario
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