Kings and Toys is a short (25 minutes long) 1999 Channel 4 documentary which explores modern graffiti culture in the United Kingdom and beyond, and includes contributions and artwork from numerous respected UK and US artists including Futura 2000, Case 2, Mode 2, Goldie, and Loom. It is a film which packs a lot into a short time frame.
This documentary is produced by Tim Cole, who was later involved in the production of the 2006 movie Kidulthood (written by Noel Clarke and starring grime artist Kano). For more documentaries about the history of street art, modern day graffiti, and the graffiti movements localised to specific cities and countries, check out all documentaries on this site tagged graffiti.
Also read our article The 10 Best Graffiti Documentaries of All Time.