By Indiewire | Indiewire October 5, 2012 at 9:17AM
"White Walls Say Nothing," a new feature length documentary about public art and activism in Buenos Aires, recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to complete shooting, and we've got the exclusive trailer.
Here's the official synopsis:
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 barely known political or economic stability. Throughout Buenos Aires' turbulent history, successive generations of activists and artists have taken to the streets to express themselves, through words and through art. This has given the walls a powerful and symbolic role. They have become the city’s voice. This powerful tradition of expression in public space; of art and activism, has made the streets of Buenos Aires into a riot of colour and communication.
Go HERE to contribute to the Kickstarter campaign and watch the trailer below: