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In most ways, Marla Olmstead is just an average four year old from the American town of Binghamton, New York. In others, she's anything but - because Maria is a child prodigy, a nursery school pupil whose "abstract" paintings have been described as modern masterpieces, selling to art collectors for thousands of dollars. But was Marla's rise to glory all a hoax carried out by her amateur artist dad? This fascinating documentary tells the strange real-life story of Marla, while also trying to get to the bottom of whether she really did create all those incredible paintings.
Documentary - or is it? - about the mysterious graffiti artist Banksy.
14+ years 82 mins
Much-discussed US documentary which follows the social networking exploits of Nev, a 24-year-old New York-based photographer.
11+ years 85 mins
Documentary looking at the DIY art movement which came out of the street graffiti and skating sub-cultures of the 1990s.
16+ years 90 mins
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