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The Screen Guide

This documentary is about an unlikely partnership between two mismatched visual artists; a 3 storey mural created in the dead of night using stolen paint and a borrowed cherry-picker; and an illegal artwork that became Newtown's unofficial symbol, standing at the gateway to Sydney's Inner West. King Street's Martin Luther King mural has endured for 20 years and, despite its origin as "grafitti", it has won a permanent place in the hearts of the locals who identify with its message of tolerance.

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Crew

Director
Liz Paddison  Darrin Baker
Writers
Liz Paddison  Darrin Baker
Dir. of Photography
Matt Gorrie  Bonnie Elliott

Cast

Juilee Pryor - Tony Spanos - Matthew Peet - Evan Peet

Production Details

Production Completion
2012
Genre
Art and culture, History and national identity, Social contemporary
Production Company
Dynamic Screen Content

Sales

Australian Sales
Dynamic Screen Content
International Sales
Dynamic Screen Content