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Graffiti Verité 7: Random Urban Static (2008)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 30 May 2008
Graffiti Verite returns to the enigmatic world of Poetry. This time around he retrieves the perspectives of fifteen uniquely talented poets involved in the world of Spoken Word Poetry.

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Mollie Engelhart ...
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Bridget Gray ...
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Common Ground ...
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Eric Haber ...
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Jessica Healy ...
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Vejea Jennings ...
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Rachel Kann ...
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Nicholas Lopez ...
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Sekou Tha Misfit ...
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Natalie Patterson ...
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Poetri ...
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GV7 returns to the enigmatic world of Poetry. This time around, retrieving the perspectives of fifteen uniquely talented poets involved in the world of spoken word. From Grand-Slam Champions to Open-Mic Veterans, GV7 crosses all philosophical, racial, and social lines. Spoken Word has really connected with today's' youth, principally because the poetic art form speaks intimately to their love for performance art, suppressed passions, subjective psycho/social issues and the cultural attitudes concerning the world in which they live. Poetry is an invaluable tool that helps them to unravel, clarify, articulate, & document their experiences. Written by Bob Bryan, Director

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Follows Graffiti Verité 2: Freedom of ExpreSSion? (1998) See more »

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