Picasso and Braque Go To The Movies Directed by Arne Glimcher, 2008
A fascinating profile of cinema’s influence on the legendary Cubists
Produced by Martin Scorsese and Robert Greenhut and directed by Arne Glimcher, PICASSO AND BRAQUE GO TO THE MOVIES is a cinematic tour through the effects of the technological revolution, specifically the invention of aviation, the creation of cinema and their interdependent influence on artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. With narration by Scorsese and interviews with art scholars and artists including Chuck Close, Julian Schnabel and Eric Fischl, the film looks at the collision between film and art at the turn of the 20th Century and helps us to realize cinema’s continuing influence on the art of our time.
OVER 80 MINUTES OF SHORT FILMS; Gaumont Short Films, Slippery Jim (1910), Frankenstein (1910)
Studio:Arthouse Films and Curiously Bright Entertainment
Color:Color/Black and White
Cast:Owen Lund (narrator)
Crew:Bernice Rose (associate producer), Petr Hlinomaz (cinematographer), Sabine Krayenbühl (editor), Bennie Hlinomaz (executive producer), Martin Scorsese (producer), Robert Greenhut (producer), Arne Glimcher (producer)