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Directed by Gates Bradley & Jonny Robson
70 min | 2017 | Argentina | Not Rated
Presented in Spanish with English subtitles.

Post film panel organized by Utah Center for Architecture with Sarah Hobin (Salt Lake Arts Council), Tyler Bloomquist (The Blocks), Chuck Landvatter (Artist). Moderated by Renya Nelson (Brand Aid).

Buenos Aires is a complex, chaotic city. It has European style and a Latin American heart. It has oscillated between dictatorship and democracy for over a century, and its citizens have faced brutal oppression and economic disaster.

Throughout all this, successive generations of activists and artists have taken to the streets of this city to express themselves through art. This has given the walls a powerful and symbolic role: they have become the city’s voice. This tradition of expression in public space, of art and activism interweaving, has made the streets of Buenos Aires into a riot of color and communication, giving the world a lesson in how to make resistance beautiful.

Official Selection: 2017 Hot Docs International Documentary Festival

Screening presented in partnership with

Featured, Open Captions, Salt Lake City, Upcoming Screenings

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 @ 7:00 PM9:00 PM MDT