Art: 8 movies you need to see
Cinema is a way of traveling without leaving the couch and discovering other stories and possible realities. Thinking of all lovers of the seventh art, we have prepared a selection of eight films about the great artists of the last century. Enjoy the carnival to watch these great movies.
1.The Birth Of The Tramp (La Naissance de Charlot) (2013)
The first 25 years of his life seem like an almost unbelievable adventure story. From London's most miserable suburbs to Hollywood, in less than twenty years, this is the true story of Chaplin's first steps in life. Disasters, twists, new and extremely rare footage, this film relives the beginnings of the most famous movie heroes. An exciting and fascinating dive into Charlie Chaplin's youth, in a story that illustrates the rise of the artist and the popularity achieved with his most famous character, Carlitos.
The Oscar-winning, Golden Globe-winning and BAFTA-winning film portrays the daring and controversial life of the famous artistFrida Kahlo. Set in Mexico City, this visually evocative feature film demonstrates his illness, visionary artistic, political and sexual attitudes and tumultuous relationship with Diego Rivera, along with his illicit affairs with Trotsky and several women.
3.woman in gold (2015)
Sixty years after fleeing Vienna, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), an elderly Jewish woman, tries to recover her family's assets that were seized by the Nazis. Among these is a famous portrait of Maria's beloved Aunt Adele: the "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I" by Gustave Klimt. With the help of young lawyer Randy Schoeberg (Ryan Reynolds), Maria ends up facing a legal battle against the Austrian government to recover this painting and several others, but it won't be easy, as Austria considers these national treasures.
In 1981, an unknown nineteen-year-old street artist transformed the view of the New York art world. This feature film tells the story ofBasquiatand the mad rise of the young artistJean-MichelBasquiat, who started out as a street artist and rose to an international star of the arts.
5. big eyes (2014)
Centered on the American artist Margaret Keane, whose work was fraudulently used, in the 1950s and 1960s, by her then husband Walter Keane, it culminates in the mediatic divorce of the two, with the need to prove the true authorship of the paintings.
6. Little Ashes (2008)
In 1922, during the Second Spanish Republic, winds of opening were felt, when the young painterSalvador Dalí (Robert Pattinson) is going to study in Madrid. In this city he meets Luis Buñuel (Matthew McNulty), Federico García Lorca (Javier Beltrán) and Margarita Manso (MarinaGatell), with whom he forms a group willing to change the world and who sees no limits to his art. This mutual fascination makes Lorca fall in love with Dalí, who shyly returns his affection. A film that explores the life of the youngSalvador Dalíand his relationship with the poet Federico Garcia Lorca.
7. copy accordingly (2010)
In Tuscany to promote his latest book, a middle-aged British writer meets a French woman, who owns an art gallery, who takes him to the village of Lucignano. In this city, a casual question reveals something deeper. Juliette Binoche, lead actress was distinguished with the award for best actress at the Cannes Film Festival 2010.
8. Modigliani (2004)
The story of an artist who revolutionized the world of the arts, a creative and irreverent painter who marked Paris at the beginning of the 20th century, inspired by love and consumed by obsession, a busy life dedicated to pleasures and passions.