The Bristolian Banksy is one of the artists caught by Guetta's camera but, having realised that the promised film is unlikely ever to materialise, Banksy takes over the direction and uses Guetta's tapes to make his own film about the Frenchman's journey.
The resulting documentary is edited from Guetta's footage and interviews and shows a number of the world's more infamous artists at work including Shepherd Fairey, Caledonia Curry and Invader. It is narrated by Rhys Ifans and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Screening at The Little Theatre,
Wednesday 16th May, 19:00.
Tickets £3.00 to include refreshments.