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Vigilante, Vigilante - A New Film On Anti-Graffitists


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As you know, I am a great fan of street art. So I am intrigued and curious about the new film Vigilante, Vigilante which explores those who set out to eradicate art from the streets.  If anything, maybe it is a handbook of "how-to overcome" any creative assault on street artists. 

Here is the press release:

Mark your calnedars for the March film debut of "Vigilante Vigilante" which is a new doc about those who buff over the work of street artists. It will be coming to the Maylses Cinema and IFC Center in March.


Graffiti Doc "Vigilante Vigilante" Screening with Director Max Good

March 7th & 9th, both 7 pm @ Maysles.      March 15th, 8 pm @ IFC Center

Maysles Cinema
- 343 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY (212) 582-6050
IFC Center - 323 Avenue of the Americas  New York, NY 10014-4403 (212) 924-7771

Event Description:
A new breed of crime-­fighter now stalks the urban landscape. Two filmmakers go undercover to expose anti-­graffiti vigilantes who stop at nothing to rid their neighborhoods and cities of street art, stickers, tags, and posters.  ***Special event*** Q&A with director Max Good and local NY street artists following all screenings!

Check out the film trailer online at www.vigilantefilm.com


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