From conversations and exchanges with leading names of the graffiti scene in Curitiba, as well as with people devoted to a theoretical debate about the gesture of inscribing signatures against the architecture of the status quo, the film tries to unravel some of the motivations behind these instantly recognizable typographies in major metropolises. The film likewise sets out to chronicle and historicize who these people are, since most of them tend to exist within anonymity. (C.A.)
With a degree in Digital Cinema, Willian Germano has worked on dozens of films with direct sound and production, including direct sound capture in the projects "Expedição Xingu: Um Rio, Um Povo, Uma Floresta" and "Homem Branco Vai ao Xingu", the outcome of a 22-day expedition in the Xingu Indigenous Park. With "Grito Escrito", his first student short film, he won the awards for "Best Director" and "Best Documentary Film" at the 1st Festcine Film Festival in Pinhais.