Los Angeles-based film
maker Bob Bryan turns in a nice documentary on LA graffiti, including a
segment on Cholo-graff spokesman Chaz Bojorquez. There aren't so many of
the LA graff stars highlighted as you might hope, and most of the writers
spotlighted have pretty much retired, but it still makes for an interesting
film. It's well-produced, which helps, but its still rather obviously put
together by a non-writer who really doesn't have his finger on the pulse
of what graff is about, and that fact will leave most writers pretty cold.
Still, it highlights one of the biggest scenes in graffiti, which otherwise
has been rather poorly documented. Still available.