Documentary Film “Grey City” at Rio Theatre

CineFest LIVE Film Screening

“1 of 15 top documentaries to watch out for this year” – Huffington Post

“Takes you to the front line of the graffiti war” – Doc NYC


“Grey City” takes you to the streets of São Paulo, where a new form of graffiti was born when works by artists OSGEMEOS, Nunca and Nina, spread through the city and then to art galleries and museums around the world. When a new law threatens to destroy their work, the artists unleash a graffiti war, starting one of the most creative resistance movements in Latin American art. Presented by the Vancouver Biennale and the Rio Theatre, this movie embodies the power of creative expression to create a movement that is fueled by the people and for the people.


Watch the Official Trailer:


Date: Wednesday, Sept 3rd

Time: Doors + Concession Open 5:30PM, Movie 6:30PM

Location: Rio Theatre 1660 East Broadway, Vancouver

Donation: $35 for One/$50 for Two

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Limited tickets available at door for $40/ea


All proceeds support the public art mural being created by OSGEMEOS on Granville Island. Only a few days into painting what will become a 23,500 sq foot work of art, it’s already capturing the hearts and imaginations of people throughout Vancouver and around the world. This is a non-profit project by OSGEMEOS and the Vancouver Biennale, a registered non-profit charitable organization dedicated to exhibiting great art where people live, work, play and transit.


Take a look at OSGEMEOS Artwork Page to see the art you are supporting come to life!