A retrospective graffiti documentary featuring some of Seattle’s most prominent street artists, as well as the perspectives of representatives from anti-graffiti entities such as Goodbye Graffiti and Project Paint Out.
Dan Schwert has worked in the film industry in a variety of capacities for over 15 years. For six years he was the Membership Coordinator for IFP/Seattle and served as the Seattle liaison for the Film Independent Spirit Awards. Dan also produced two award-winning films, “Wounded Heart: Pine Ridge and the Sioux”, featuring actor/activist Russell Means and Congressman Jim McDermott, and “Willatuk: The Legend of Seattle’s Sea Serpent”, narrated by Academy Award nominee Graham Greene. He also helped with lighting, sound, editing and served as a second unit director on both projects. Most recently, Schwert assisted two-time Emmy award-winning Director Michael King on his documentary “When War Comes Home”, about soldiers suffering from PTSD and featuring Four-Star U.S. Army General Peter Chiarelli.
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