THE MYSTERY OF PICASSO: Film Screening and Discussion with Peter Josyph (March 13)


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Film Screening and Discussion with Peter Josyph
Instructor: 
Peter Josyph
SKU: 192-6842
Price: $45.00

Prior to The Mystery of Picasso, filmmaker Henri-Georges Clouzot was best known as the French Alfred Hitchcock, having directed extremely popular thrillers such as Quai des Orfèvres, The Wages of Fear, and Diabolique. In 1956 he teamed up with his old friend Picasso to generate another type of thrill by exploring a very different type of mystery: what is it like to watch Pablo Picasso paint in real time? Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival and designated a French National Treasure, Clouzot’s film is a rare, eyewitness glimpse into the creative process of one of art’s greatest geniuses. It is also a compelling touchstone for any artist who is looking for guiding principles on how to work at the highest level of creation. Painter, writer, and award-winning filmmaker Peter Josyph will discuss what is unique about the film and how its lessons can be applied by artists seeking to elevate their work into another realm.

Year: 
2019
Term: 
Spring
Date(s): 
March 13, 2019
Days: 
Wednesday
Start Time: 
7:00 PM
End Time: 
9:30 PM
Existing Class
Length: 
2 hours, 30 minutes
Period: 
Evening
Number of Sessions: 
1
Max Class Size: 
100
Age: 
Adults & Teens 16+
Level: 
All
Status: 
Active