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One of the great artists of his generation, British painter David Hockney remains charismatic at the age of 78 and still works in his studio seven days a week. Drawing on interviews as well as access to his personal archive of photographs and footage, this film provides an unparalleled visual diary of his vast career. From humble beginnings through growing prominence in the 1960s and 70s, Hockney might appear to have had a charmed life, but he struggled to escape labels (“queer,” “working class,” “figurative artist”) and lost many of his friends to the AIDS plague. Optimistic and adventurous, he continues to experiment with painting, theater, multimedia and photography. This film eloquently showcases his work and ideas. Director: Randall Wright. (UK 2014) 112 min.

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