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|Named Person:||William Kentridge; Nikolaĭ Vasilʹevich Gogolʹ|
|Material Type:||Partial animation, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Atlas; William Kentridge; Susan Sollins; Art 21, Inc.; PBS Distribution (Firm)
|Language Note:||In English with optional English SDH subtitles.|
|Notes:||Originally broadcast on television in October 2010.
Includes selections from Kentridge's animated films.
|Credits:||Editors, Mark Sutton, Mary Ann Toman ; directors of photography, Bob Elfstrom, Joel Shapiro.|
|Performer(s):||With: William Kentridge, Nokrismesi "Kimmy" Skota, Philip Miller, Samuel Kentridge, treasure Zulu, Anne Stanwix, Alice Kentridge, Paulo Szot, Alfred Makgalemele.|
|Target Audience:||Rating: TV-PG.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; widescreen; region 1; NTSC; stereo.|
|Other Titles:||Anything is possible
Art:21 (Television program)
|Responsibility:||art21 presents ; executive producer and director, Susan Sollins ; director, Charles Atlas ; a production of Art21, Inc.|
"'William Kentridge: anything is possible' provides a rare, in-depth look at the life and work of the internationally acclaimed South African artist, William Kentridge. Working in a variety of media - including sculpture, drawing, animation, tapestry, film, theater, and opera - Kentridge tackles a broad range of subjects, from cataclysmic historical events to poignant personal moments. [The film] features exclusive interviews with Kentridge discussing his family's history and life under apartheid, and revealing the importance of improvisation, inquiry, and open-ended possibilities in his process. Follow Kentridge on an international journey that documents his work behind the scenes: from the intimacy of his Johannesburg studio, to galleries worldwide, to backstage at New York's Metropolitan Opera as he develops, stages, and directs Shostakovich's The Nose, based on Gogol's story"--Container.
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