Raghu Rai, an Unframed Portrait
Famous Indian photographer Raghu Rai sets out on a photography trip to Cashmere with his daughter, Avani, who documents him. The film reveals Rai’s relations with the subjects of his iconic works (including the Dalai Lama and Mother Theresa) and becomes an intimate dialogue between father and daughter, seen through the lenses of two cameras.
The End of Fear
32 years ago a murder was committed in Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum. The victim was Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III, a controversial abstract painting priced at millions of dollars. The man who slashed the piece with a knife was caught right away, but then—just like in a good mystery thriller—the plot thickened.
Kusama - Infinity
At 90, Yayoi Kusama has millions of Instagram followers, a fat bank account, and a studio at the mental institution where she lives. The life story of the world’s most successful Japanese artist is just as complex and surprising as her unique art.
The Green Fog
Strange things happen in San Francisco when the directors mix bits from one hundred films and television series filmed in the city. The exciting new mystery they create is funny, sophisticated, Hitchcockian to the core and brimming with cinephilia.
Not many could keep up with Stanley Kubrick’s pace and intensity. Leon Vitali gave up everything to become his irreplaceable assistant. His memories are chock-full of surprising, funny, frightening and unforgettable stories, just like the genius director’s films.
A decade after the death of Adam Baruch, a controversial cultural figure, his children create a temporary museum that displays more than a thousand items from his vast archive, inviting key figures to guide them through memory’s backstreets.
The Prince And The Dybbuk
When the 'Polish Prince' died, thousands of upper-crusters walked beside his casket to his lavish mausoleum in Rome. Who was he? Why didn’t he ever talk about his past? The film follows the twists and turns in the story of the mysterious filmmaker behind the Yiddish film The Dybbuk.
Hissa Hilal’s body and face may be covered by a burka, but the bold Saudi poet lays everything bare in her poetry. The first woman to ever make it to the finals of the Arab world’s most popular talent show stands in front of 75 million viewers and bravely holds a mirror up to them.
Five Men and a Caravaggio
Standing on the verge of a midlife crisis, a painter, a poet, a philosopher, a photographer and a writer find inspiration in a portrait of John the Baptist painted by Caravaggio over 400 years ago. The painting leads the men to talk, reflect and dream.
Julian Schnabel : A Private Portrait
This deeply personal, fiercely passionate portrait of Julian Schnabel showcases his works, both on canvas and on screen. It features Schnabel himself, his charismatic children, his relatives and his celebrity friends talking about his wild art and just-as-wild life.
Bjarke Ingels, the world’s most influential architect, has incredible drive and a wild imagination. Having taken Denmark by storm, he fills Manhattan with awe-inspiring buildings, preparing to take on the rest of the world. The film follows him through seven years of staggering success.
Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat
In the years before his big break, Jean-Michel Basquiat was a wild and talented teenager, determined to become a superstar. Those who knew him in his early years tell the story of the road that led him to take the New York art scene by storm.