United Kingdom 2014, 112 min, English, Hebrew subtitles

David Hockney spent most of his life in “Bohemia” – the arty, liberal, wild bubble in which he could express his creativity, have fun and challenge both himself and his audience by offering new perspectives. A loving portrait of the child who grew up in grey, bombarded England and became a popular artist and one of the most charismatic and exciting figures the art world has ever known. Hockney, 77, gives unprecedented access to his personal archive of photographs and films, and talks about close friends and lost friends, his lovers, childhood, sources of inspiration and dreams, with the humorous vitality of a passionate youngster.

Previous Festivals: BFI London


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Director: Randall Wright
Production: Randall Wright, Kate Ogborn
Production Company: Blakeway Productions, Fly Film Company Limited
Script: N/a
Editing: Paul Binns
Cinematography: Patrick Duval
Soundtrack: John Harle
World Sales: Hanway Films (info@hanwayfilms.com)