by Andrew Neel. 2007. 81 min.
Presented by filmmaker (and grandson) Andrew Neel in celebration of Alice Neel's retrospective at the Met Museum, up until August 1st, 2021.
Andrew Neel’s documentary puts together the pieces of the painter's life using intimate one-on-one interviews with Neel’s surviving family and personal archival video. The film explores the artist’s tumultuous biography and the legacy of Alice Neel’s determination to paint her era.
Post-screening discussion with director.
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