Jun 15, 2019A fantasy film about the great actress of the national cinema Margarita Terekhova. The transience of human life is like a dream in which reality and art are intertwined, personal joys and dramas with the feelings and emotions of the characters played.
Jun 15, 2019The editing film poem of Irakli Kvirikadze, inspired by the legendary fates and creative discoveries of Andrei Tarkovsky and his congenial artists of the “Soviet Renaissance”. The film tells about the project of the Museum AZ, presented in the Franco Zeffirelli Foundation in Florence. The project was a visual poetic dedication to Andrei Tarkovsky and his contemporaries - non-conformist artists.
Jun 15, 201950 years ago, Sydneysiders were shocked and the art world astonished by Christo's wrapping of the Little Bay coastline. Hungarian migrant and entrepreneur John Kaldor, who initiated this monumental work, has said “it all started with a stale sandwich, in Christo's studio in 1968 New York.” Now, Project 34 (by Asad Raza) is about to be unveiled, and UK artist Michael Landy is designing the exhibition to celebrate 50 years of Kaldor Public Art Projects.
Jun 16, 2019With an anarchic and life-affirming heart, this documentary feature celebrates self-expression, friendship, life and death, and the power of the imagination to ignite, enrage, heal and inspire. With exclusive, intimate access to Michael Leunig - one of Australia’s most renowned artists - we reveal the man behind the household name.
Jun 08, 2018Fred Rogers used puppets and play to explore complex social issues: race, disability, equality and tragedy, helping form the American concept of childhood. He spoke directly to children and they responded enthusiastically. Yet today, his impact is unclear. Have we lived up to Fred's ideal of good neighbors?