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Vandal - A Movie About Graffiti Life

IMG_0261Though surprisingly hard to find on the Ocean Drive Magazine website, an article about Graffiti Life appeared in their print edition. Called Vandal, it is a film project from Miami-based filmmakers Jose Daniel "Jaydee" Freixas and Antonio Gonzalez. It is currently shooting in the Wynwood section of Miami which is where many beautiful murals are located and in Little Havana. 

This is more from sommagazine -

Exilium, a Miami-based production company, announced today its new feature film, “Vandal,” an authentic drama about art, love, war, and the depths of the street graffiti game, which will begin shooting next month in Miami’s Wynwood, Little Havana, and Little Haiti neighborhoods.

The screenplay, written by Paul Taegel and Jose Daniel “Jaydee” Freixas (“Magic City Memoirs”) will be Freixas’ directorial debut and produced by Tony Gonzalez.  Executive Producers include Rob Weiss (“Entourage,” “Ballers”) and legendary graffiti artist Kelly “Risk” Graval.  Other Executive Producers include Marco Vicini, Los Arias, and Armando Perez.

Set in present day Miami, “Vandal” is a gritty drama about Cuban-American graffiti artist, Nick Cruz, also known as Damage, who leads his infamous crew while waging an all-city graffiti assault against his longtime rival, Sizmik.  Daniel Zovatto will star in the lead role of Nick Cruz.  Zovatto is most widely known for the roles he has played in “It Follows,” “Fear the Walking Dead” and “Don’t Breathe.”



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