Public Art Indicted


In spring of 2010, a public mural sparked a controversy that ignited a national discussion about race and public space while Arizona began enforcing The SB-1070 Immigration Law. Public art is a very powerful medium for inspiring dialogue. Civil discourse is a building block for a healthy democracy, yet America has become so polarized that it seems that people have lost the fine art of of listening to their neighbors and respecting their opinion whether they can agree or not. This is a film about change, about clashing ideas and the power of art to bring discord as well as healing.

We now have two trailers for the film, the first trailer (below) was released in spring of 2012

The second trailer (Feb 2013) shows the film in process after 26 interviews. We are still looking for interviews to cover all sides and opinions in the story: