Documentary Highlights Inspiring Graffiti In Cape Town Slums
Last week, we featured Spanish art collective Boa Mistura, who invited kids to paint positive words across a Brazilian shanty town.
The time round, Boa Mistura will be releasing a new documentary titled ‘Diamond Inside’.
‘Diamond Inside’ tells the story of their trip to Cape Town last year where they interacted with artists and neighbors from Khayelitsha and Woodstock, known as the city’s most notorious slums.
There, they painted inspiring murals to promote change in the communities through art.
The 63-min long documentary, which premiered just last week in Madrid, also highlights special individuals who have fought to achieve change in these towns where poverty, drug problems and mafias are everyday problems.
Check out the trailer and a short time-lapse video of their work below.
[via Diamond Inside]
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