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USA | 9 min | 2022 | Colour | DCP | English

A day in the life of painter Jaz Cameron, who has been living unhoused and making art in the streets of San Francisco for over 17 years.

"Jaz allows us to feel the pulse of a local artist through an intimate lens, which Ajai Vishwanath captures with a delicate and caring eye."
- Kate Davis, Academy Award-nominated documentary filmmaker

Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival 2023 - JURY AWARD NOMINEE
American Documentary and Animation Film Festival 2022 - Official Selection
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Film Festival 2023 - Official Selection

MovieMaker Magazine: 'Jaz' at New Filmmakers LA: Made in California
The Frisc: A Well-Known Street Artist Was Attacked This Week, and SF Folks Have Rushed to Help

Street Sheet: Street Art is Culture: Jaz Cameron's Gallery

The San Francisco Standard: A Street Artist Had His Teeth Knocked Out. Then SF Raised Thousands for Him

Learn more about Jaz at

Directed by: Ajai Vishwanath
Cinematography and Editing by: Ajai Vishwanath
Producers: Anna Sakellariadis, Ajai Vishwanath
Associate Producers:
Eva Summer, Megha Garg
Music by: Jacob Snider

Post-Production Sound by: Chris Stangroom, M.P.S.E.

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