United States / Canada 2020, 97 min, English, Hebrew & English subtitles

It’s safe to assume that from all the graffiti artists tagging and spraying the walls of New York in the late ‘90s, he was the only one who had come from a family of millionaire art collectors and had three first names. Everyone knew him as Dash—a wild, reckless rebel and a gifted artist whose talent led him from the streets to upscale galleries worldwide. Dash Snow, who never studied art (in fact, he dropped out of school at 13), was carried to the center of the New York underground art scene by a torrent of freedom and unchecked impulses. But the same torrent also invaded his life, flooding it with heroin and alcohol. His compelling portrait is painted here, backdropped by New York’s own ups and downs during that decade.

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Screening Schedule:
  • Fri 02.07 | 21:00 | Venue Romano House
  • Mon 05.07 | 12:45 | Venue Cinematheque 4
  • Wed 07.07 | 21:15 | Venue Cinematheque 4
  • Watch online | The film will be available from July 1st until July 31st

Cheryl Dunn is a NYC based documentary filmmaker and photographer.: Her last feature doc “Everybodystreet” , premiered at Hotdocs. She has 2 photography books published and her work has been exhibited and screened at The Tate Modern, Deitch Projects, and the Geffen Contemporary MOCA.

Production: Cheryl Dunn, Michael Karbelinikoff, Suroosh Alvi, Danny Gabai
Editing: Rebecca Adorno
Cinematography: Cheryl Dunn, Snejina Latev, Sam Dahman, Caleb Seppala, Wyatt Troll, Giancarlo Lavell, Ivan Hurzeler, Phil Jackson, Dan Atherton
Music: Brian DeGraw

Source: Utopia Distribution

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