When Iggy Pop narrates read Michel Houellebecq’s essay “To Stay Alive”, he realized it was his own life story. Here they collaborate to adapt the essay into a movie. (Arno Hagers, et al / 2016 / The Netherlands, Belgium)
Andres Veiel / 2017 / Germany
Joseph Beuys, arguably the most important post-WWII European artist of the 20th century, shown in his full confrontational glory.
This is the story of graffiti, before graffiti was art. A look into wall tagging as the origin of an art form. (Roger Gastman / 2016 / US / with POW!WOW! Taiwan)
She ignited the UK punk movement with Sex Pistols’ manager Malcolm McLaren, then continued to redefine British fashion for more than 40 years. (Lorna Tucker / 2018 / UK)
A cold-blooded love affair between two Warsaw artists, in which not only their lives become intertwined, but their art as well. (Lukasz Ronduda / 2017 / Poland)
A quirky lesbian relationship comedy and a millennial satire on wannabe artists and identity politics starring Korean-American comedienne Vivien Bang. (Daryl Wein / 2018 / US)