BANKSY MOST WANTED – Review by Diane Carson

Banksy Most Wanted meanders through its two primary topics: Banksy’s identity and the reception of his art. It circles back to Girl with Balloon without adding any new insights, and those who argue they’ve discovered the real person merit more extensive questioning, saving them from sounding cavalier. In other words, a thorough re-edit would have improved Banksy Most Wanted, in which the fragmented, inconclusive hunt for Banksy seems to have guided and imprinted this work as well.

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BANKSY MOST WANTED (TFF2020) – Review by Leslie Combemale

Paris-based filmmakers Aurélia Rouvier and Seamus Haley’s documentary has interviews with art collectors, journalists, and Banksy fans around the world. They are fascinating, especially because they are people who see Banksy as the world’s most successful, talented, and important artist. But with the hyperbole, the film tackles the mystery of who is behind the phenomenon known as Banksy.

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