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A thoughtful portrait of a renowned artist, this documentary shines the spotlight on New York City painter Jean-Michel Basquiat. Featuring extensive interviews conducted by Basquiat's friend, filmmaker Tamra Davis, the production reveals how he dealt with being a black artist in a predominantly white field. The film also explores Basquiat's rise in the art world, which led to a close relationship with Andy Warhol, and looks at how the young painter coped with acclaim, scrutiny and fame.
  • Year
    2010
  • Runtime
    88 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Tamra Davis
  • Screenwriter
    Lois Vossen, Eric Martin
  • Producer
    Tamra Davis, Alexis Spraic, Stanley F. Buchthal, Lois Vossen, Jen Kaczor
  • Executive Producer
    Sally Jo Fifer
  • Filmmaker
    Arthouse Films
  • Cast
    Jean-Michel Basquiat, Julian Schnabel, Bruno Bischofberger