A one hour long independent 2012 documentary about the elusive street artist Banksy, revealing some little known facts about the artist and exploring the impact that he has had on the art world an on the life of his fans. The film interviews various fans of his work as well as some of his detractors. The film attempts to tackle some of the myths, rumours and legends which surround Banksy and focuses on some revealing contradictions.
The documentary also touches on how the celebrity factor massively influences the value of art. The interviewees mainly consist of people who have come into close contact with Banksy and his work, they include Simon Hattenstone who remains one of the few journalists to have ever been granted access to Banksy for an interview. Also watch the HBO documentary Banksy Does New York (2014).