Out In The Streets has filmed in seven different countries, and over a dozen cities - including New York, Paris, London, Copenhagen, Rome, Montreal, Mexico City, and Los Angeles. 
Below are just some of the Queer Street Artists featured in the film.
Hugo Gyrl, New Orleans (2018)
Hugo Gyrl, New Orleans (2018)
Hugo Gyrl, Brooklyn (2019)
Hugo Gyrl, Brooklyn (2019)
HUGO GYRL
 New Orleans-based graffiti writer with a witchy, almost carnival drag aesthetic. 
EDES painting in Copenhagen, 2017
EDES painting in Copenhagen, 2017
EDES train in Copenhagen, 2017
EDES train in Copenhagen, 2017
EDES
Copenhagen-based artist pushing the boundaries of homoerotic graffiti with explicit yet whimsical vignettes.
KASHINK painting in Paris, 2017
KASHINK painting in Paris, 2017
KASHINK pasteup in Paris, 2017
KASHINK pasteup in Paris, 2017
KASHINK
Paris-based artist deconstructing gender and aesthetic codes of beauty through her Street Art and graffiti.
HOMO RIOT pasting in Los Angeles, 2019
HOMO RIOT pasting in Los Angeles, 2019
HOMO RIOT in NYC, 2019
HOMO RIOT in NYC, 2019
HOMO RIOT
LA-based artist using aggressive, overtly homoerotic imagery as a political tool to make viewers confront their own homophobia while instilling a sense of pride in queer people. 
Jilly Ballistic at work, NYC (2017)
Jilly Ballistic at work, NYC (2017)
Jilly Ballistic, NYC (2017)
Jilly Ballistic, NYC (2017)
Jilly Ballistic
Brooklyn-based street artist whose work often targets advertising and the NYC subway system with pasteups and graffiti.
Jeremy Novy, NYC (2019)
Jeremy Novy, NYC (2019)
Jeremy Novy, Los Angeles (2019)
Jeremy Novy, Los Angeles (2019)
Jeremy Novy
Los Angeles-based stencil artist who has been making queer themed street art for over a decade.
Suriani pasting in New York City (2015)
Suriani pasting in New York City (2015)
Bianca Del Rio by Suriani - Lower East Side, NYC (2015)
Bianca Del Rio by Suriani - Lower East Side, NYC (2015)
Suriani
Brazilian street artist, currently in Montreal, who explores gender expression with his vibrant life-size wheatpaste portraits of drag queens and other gender nonconforming people.

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