Shout on the Wall: The Poster in Puerto Rico

In SHOUT ON THE WALL (GRITO EN LA PARED), Teresa Tió Fernández explores political poster art in Puerto Rico. Bemba, La Ofensiva, La Serigráfica and Taller Gráfico talk about their motivations and the importance of poster art in national identity. Visits to Mayagüez, Río Piedras and Old San Juan highlight citizen organization and resistance to neoliberal threats. The democratization of poster art and its impact on critical thinking is shown with fly-posting and digital posters.

  • Kyle Alexander Rosado
  • Nahmyr Zayas
  • Nahmyr Zayas
  • Kyle Alexander Rosado
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Grito en la Pared: El Cartel en Puerto Rico
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    Political, Art, político, arte, documental, documentary
  • Runtime:
    24 minutes 28 seconds
  • Country of Origin:
    Puerto Rico
  • Country of Filming:
    Puerto Rico
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Director Biography - Kyle Alexander Rosado, Nahmyr Zayas

Kyle Rosado Rodríguez, co-director, producer, and editor. Passionate about art, he collaborates with Hip Hop artists such as Vladi and Hermes Ayala, creating rhythms and videos. He is involved in cinema, animations, paintings, and supports social causes. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Audiovisual Communication, worked at Radio Universidad de Puerto Rico, and coordinates audiovisual projects at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico.

Nahmyr Zayas Rivas, co-director and screenwriter. She is a political communicator with experience in advertising, audiovisual production, and teaching digital narratives. She serves as the General Coordinator of VAMOS, Citizen Concertation in Puerto Rico. She is educated in Public Relations and Political Sciences. She challenges dominant narratives and promotes critical awareness for the sovereignty and decolonization of the country.

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