Saving Banksy – Official Trailer (Documentary)

Saving Banksy - Official Trailer (Documentary)



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Saving Banksy – Official Trailer #2 (Documentary)
The documentary feature film “Saving Banksy” is the true story of one misguided art collector’s attempt to save a Banksy from destruction and the auction block. The documentary was directed by Colin Day with narration by Paul Polycarpou, and interviews with the top street and graffiti artists from across the globe, including Ben Eine, Risk, Revok, Niels Mueman, Blek Le Rat, Anthony Lister, Doze Green, Hera and Glen E Friedman. “Saving Banksy – It’s not art unless you can sell it for lots of money”.

Produced by Brian Greif & Kevin Zinger
Marketing: Candy Factory, Faction Ent., Parade Deck

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01/27-02/02 – New Orleans, LA @ Zeitgeist Multi Cultural @ 7:30 PM EACH DAY
01/27-01/30 – Albuquerque, NM @ The Guild Cinema – @ 8:30 PM ONLY / EACH DAY
01/27-01/29 – Bend, Or @ Tin Pan Theater @ 8:15 PM EACH DAY
01/27 – Hollywood, CA @ Arena Cinelounge @ 6:00 PM
01/28 – Hollywood, CA @ Arena Cinelounge @ 6:00 PM
01/28 – Santa Monica, CA @ Arena Cinelounge @ 7:00 PM
01/29 – Hollywood, CA @ Arena Cinelounge @ 8:50 PM
01/29 – Santa Monica, CA @ Arena Cinelounge @ 7:00 PM
01/28 – San Francisco, CA @ Little Roxie – 3:15 PM
01/28 – San Francisco, CA @ Big Roxie – 5:00 PM
01/29 – San Francisco, CA @ Little Roxie – 2:30 PM | 4:15 PM
02/02 – San Francisco, CA @ Little Roxie – 7:00 PM
01/29 – Portland, OR @ Hollywood Theatre @ 2:00 PM
02/01- Columbus, OH @ Gateway FC – @ 7:30 PM
02/03 – Ithaca, NY @ Cinemapolis
02/03 – NYC, NY @ Cinepolis
02/03 – NYC, NY @ Super Chief Gallery
02/03 – Chicago, IL @ Siskel Film Center @ 8:00 PM
02/04 – Chicago, IL @ Siskel Film Center @ 2:30 PM
02/05 – Chicago, IL @ Siskel Film Center @ 12:30 PM | 4:00 PM
02/06 – Chicago, IL @ Siskel Film Center @ 6:15 PM | 8:00 PM
02/07 – Chicago, IL @ Siskel Film Center @ 8:15 PM
02/08 – Chicago, IL @ Siskel Film Center @ 6:15 PM
02/09 – Chicago, IL @ Siskel Film Center @ 6:15 PM | 8:15 PM
02/03 – Seattle, WA @ TBA
02/05 – Portland, OR @ Clinton Street Theater @ 7:00 PM
02/06 – Portland, OR @ Clinton Street Theater @ 7:00 PM
02/09 – Houston, TX @ The Secret Group @ 6:30 PM
02/09 – Memphis, TN @ TBA
02/10 – Peoria, IL @ Landmark Cinemas
02/10 – Kansas City, MO @ Tivoli Cinemas
02/11 – New York, NY @ Symphony Space
02/16 – Honolulu, HI @ Pow Wow Hawaii
2/17 – Wayne, PA @ Reel Cinemas
02/17- San Diego, CA @ Digital Gym Theatre
02/22 – Yonkers, NY @ Alamo Drafthouse
02/25 – Beloit Film Festival @ Bushel and Peck’s
03/02 – Cleveland, OH @ TBA
03/04 – Beloit Film Festival @ Domenico’s
03/3 – Lowell, MA @ The Luna
03/3 – 3/16. Miami Beach @ Miami Beach Cinema
03/3 – Denver, CO @ Cervantes
03/4-3/9 – Denver, CO @ Crossroads Theater
3/17 – Salem, MA @ Salem Cinemas – 4:45 PM | 7:20 PM | 9:00 PM
3/18 – Salem, MA @ Salem Cinemas – 12:15 PM | 3:00 PM | 4:45 PM | 7:20 PM | 9:00 PM
3/19 – Salem, MA @ Salem Cinemas – 12:15 PM | 3:00 PM | 4:45 PM | 7:20 PM
3/20 – Salem, MA @ Salem Cinemas – 4:45 PM | 7:20 PM
3/21 – Salem, MA @ Salem Cinemas – 4:45 PM | 7:20 PM
3/22 – Salem, MA @ Salem Cinemas – 4:45 PM | 7:20 PM
3/23 – Salem, MA @ Salem Cinemas – 4:45 PM

34 thoughts on “Saving Banksy – Official Trailer (Documentary)”

  1. Sorry…..but anyone who whines about their art being taken and sold off of walls should instead paint either on a canvas or with paint that washes off.

  2. its insane to see how stuck up these california trash are in this documentary. if i was this guy, i wouldve said fuck doing the right thing and take the money…. fuck dealing with these ppl. california has a bunch of left wing bureaucratic nutjobs

  3. the irony , that big government like the socialist rat promotes , forces people to paint over work whether they want to or not. The other irony is that big government elite socialist funded museums don't want it because socialism is all about rules and control. Banksy isn't a rebel , a rebel fights for freedom…not totalitarianism in disguise.. 99% of street artists are leftist morons with tiny knowledge bases , and pre programmed thoughts blasted into them by colleges and media.

  4. Well… It is pretty sad for those who don't live in USA. because i can't watch the documentary. I'm From Venezuela. Latinoamerica. And buying this on itunes it is very expensive, at least for me,(your know, we are having economic problems)… Well sad story, I will be waiting to se this on the web… Maybe in a near future.

  5. It is not stealing because it was painted on someone's wall without their permission , so they can sell that wall , set fire to it, paint a mustache on it or do whatever they like to it because it still is their wall.

  6. the point he's trying to make is that art should be accessed to everyone, literally everyone and probably he wants as many people to get a glimpse of his points of view by doing his works on other people's public properties, but nobody is obligated to acknowledge that, so the anger over selling out his works is just unjustified

  7. I love the idea of taking it off the wall and selling it for big money. Just like there is no better way to mock what Che Guevara stood for than to put his face on a teeshirt and make it an object to sell in a capitalist market. Awesome.

  8. 映画「ウォルト・ディズニーの約束」(原題∶ Saving Mr. Banks)

    DismalandのTシャツ買ったけど、ああゆうのも非バンクシーの収益なんだろうな

  9. Here, in Los Angeles, grafitti is a HUGE problem and, mostly, a blight on the community. Yes, there are some amazing artistic pieces on public display, however most, here, are just trash. I, as well as the rest of the public tax payers, "own" most of the "Canvases" these "works" are painted on and so should have a say if it should stay or be removed.

    Regarding grafitti on private property, this issue seems pretty straight forward… If the artist gets permission to paint on the property owner's walls, then the owner of the property owns the art and sets the terms of display. He and the Artist would agree on terms and wether the Artist is leasing the wall or just gets to paint on it for free, etc. Ultimately, it seems as though the property owner owns the Grafitti Art on his wall and could do whatever he wishes to do with it… Sell it, leave it up, or paint over it. That is what the Painter/Artist subjects his art to when he doesn't purchase his own "canvases".

    I love Banksy work, by the way, but keep in mind the publicity this has created for his art, which equates to dollars for him, so I wouldn't feel quite sorry for him. If he chooses someday to paint on canvas or equiv, he will command great prices for his work due, in no small part, to this publicity. Not too bad…

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