Most of the film is yet to been filmed, but the 20 or so minutes which we saw acted kinda like a trailer to help raise funds to finish the rest of the project. As of today The Dots website has gone live and you can now purchase a limited edition box-set of prints featuring works from all the crew members. However, this box-set comes with a difference. The owner will also receive a percentage share in a The Dots graffiti documentary. We are told that this is the first time that a film has been funded through graffiti art sales.
The Dots website.
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