Direct by artists
by Julien Schnabel
A film festival that, once a month, aims to study what happen when there is an artist behind the camera.
After the monumental scenography of “Quijote” by Mimmo Paladino and the mystical direction of “Chelsea Girls” by Andy Warhol, on Saturday it is Basquiat turn, a movie from 1996 directed by Julien Schnabel.
The movie is based on the real life of the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most famous street artist from the New York scene of the ‘80s.
Free entrance by reservation (firstname.lastname@example.org)