MOVIE OF THE WEEK April 17, 2020 – BEYOND THE VISIBLE: HILMA AF KLINT

If, in a post-Hidden Figures world, anyone doubts that there are stories of amazing, accomplished women just waiting to be told, have them watch Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint. Halina Dyrschka’s fascinating documentary introduces viewers to a groundbreaking Swedish artist whom it’s safe to say that few had heard of — despite the fact that her work upends everything you thought you knew about abstract art.

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BANKSY MOST WANTED (TFF2020) – Review by Leslie Combemale

Paris-based filmmakers Aurélia Rouvier and Seamus Haley’s documentary has interviews with art collectors, journalists, and Banksy fans around the world. They are fascinating, especially because they are people who see Banksy as the world’s most successful, talented, and important artist. But with the hyperbole, the film tackles the mystery of who is behind the phenomenon known as Banksy.

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BEYOND THE VISIBLE: HILMA AF KLINT – Review by Loren King

Director Halina Dryschka’s fascinating documentary is an illuminating introduction to a major artist all but erased from modern art history. Beyond the Visible should reach the general public as a needed and welcome corrective to art history, shining a light on yet another dynamic, trailblazing woman denied her rightful place in history, until now.

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BEYOND THE VISIBLE: HILMA AF KLINT – Review by Leslie Combemale

She may have been ignored by history until recently, but by more humanist measures, as in the ability to inspire, move witnesses of her vision, and cause introspection and internal queries, Hilma af Klint is incredibly successful. It takes films like Beyond the Visible to enlighten the world about hidden treasures in history.

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