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Stream “The Cardboard Artist” a Film about Calder Greenwood

We told you last summer about the short film The Cardboard Artist by Matthew Kaundart and Luka Fisher. Now you can stream the entire film below, or at this link. Enjoy!

The Rolodex and Two-Ninety Film Presents “The Cardboard Artist”

“The Cardboard Artist” is a short documentary about Calder Greenwood, an LA-based street artist who creates elaborate cardboard and paper mache installations throughout the city. Through exploring ephemeral art and coming to know one of its creators, this film reveals how there’s great beauty in realizing some things must come to an end.

Director/Editor: Matthew Kaundart
Producers: Luka Fisher & Matthew Kaundart
Co-Producers: Tim Grover, Tiffany Naiman & Ben Wiley
Creative Producers: Luka Fisher, Tim Grover, Alexis Justman, Matthew Kaundart, Anne Petrokubi, Amber Pietrzyk & Ben Wiley
Cinematography: Tim Grover & Young G. Kim
Original Music: James Regan
Sound Design: Andrew John Lee
Color: Chris Zeischegg
Additional Color: Young G. Kim
Design: Jeremy Frye & Farida Amar
72U Production Support: Maria Scileppi, Karen Oliveros & Jeremy Eichenbaum
Featuring: Calder Greenwood

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