Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh // Doc Soup Sundays
Doc Soup Sundays: From rarely seen gems to new biographies, Doc Soup Sundays rounds up the best arts and culture documentaries and pairs them with special guest Q&As.
Immerse yourself in the world of one of the greatest artists to have ever lived. Unlike any approach to a documentary portrait you’ve seen, Paul Cox’s radically original film takes us on a journey to the places Vincent Van Gogh lived and painted his masterpieces. From Paris, to Arles, to St. Remy and Auvers, the colourful sites of his inspiration are set to the painter’s own words as recited by award-winning actor John Hurt. Long revered by critics like The New Yorker's Anthony Lane and Roger Ebert, who called it "the best film about a painter I have ever seen," this rare Toronto screening is an opportunity to gain insight into the motivations and unique humanity of an artistic icon.
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