14.02.11 by Jeff

B movie

“B movie” a short film about the art of Banksy.

street artist banksy interview documentary b movie film

Watch the film below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • trip

    has banksy become something of a popular icon such as andy warhol, has his art become one like jeff koons.

  • NCIK

    i love the sign that says ‘take this as a sign.’
    pure genius.

  • where can i find this video now it’s been taken down?

  • removed by Banksy- Pest Control Office. thats great.

  • i really really really wanted to see this clip too. It’s super disappointing i didn’t catch it right away when it was posted and now it’s removed. It’s no where to be found on the web too. In a reply, does any one have an alternate link to it?

  • it’s still on vimeo; http://vimeo.com/20011702

  • Its so great how much controversy that documentary has! lol

  • Droolin

    the paris hilton project was pretty funny.





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