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Filmfredag lists the 10 best konstnärsfilmerna

Kirk Douglas as Vincent van Gogh in ”He who loved life” Photo: Rights Managed ”He who loved life” (1956) Director: Vincente Minelli With: Kirk Douglas,

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Filmfredag lists the 10 best konstnärsfilmerna
Kirk Douglas as Vincent van Gogh in ”He who loved life” Photo: Rights Managed

”He who loved life” (1956)

Director: Vincente Minelli

With: Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn

A Hollywoodklassiker, that you can't go past. Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) is played by a wood Kirk Douglas, with a grandiose feeling it portrays the tormented konstnärssjälen. But it was Anthony Quinn in the role of Paul Gauguin, who won an Oscar for best supporting actor.

Timothy Spall as William Turner in ”Mr. Turner” Photo: ©Sony Pictures/Courtesy Everett

”Mr. Turner” (2014)

Director: Mike Leigh

With: Timothy Spall

the Film about the british 1800-Dutch painter William Turner (1775-1851) is one of the best and visually most seductive portraits of artists I've seen. The eccentric Turner is credibly depicted as a repulsive man and innovative, sublime landscape painter.

Juliette Binoche in ”Camille Claudel” Photo: ©Kino International/Courtesy Eve


Director: Bruno Nuytten

Isabelle Adjani is almost too good looking as the young, excellent Camille Claudel (1864-1943), an assistant to the famous sculptor Auguste Rodin. But Adjanis performance is growing in line with claudel's ambitions, rough crushed in a patriarchal society, with madness as a result.

Julie Taymor instructs Salma Hayek during the shooting of ”Frida” Photo: Instagram


Director: Julie Taymor

With: Salma Hayek, Alfred Molina

A filmporträtt of the colorful mexican artist Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) will be automatically dramatically. A destiny characterized the illness and pain, but as much of the fight for love and private artistic expression. I remember Salma Hayek as cast in the lead role.

Ed Harris as Jackson Pollock in ”Pollock,” Photo: Demmie Todd/Brant-Allen/Kobal/RE

”Pollock” (2000)

Director: Ed Harris

With: Ed Harris, Marcia Gay Harden

Actionmålaren Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) became AMERICA's first konststjärna. And I have rarely seen such a convincing rollgestaltning as Ed Harris. He splashing and throwing color into a trance in the portrait of a hopeless drunkard and callous but innovative artist.

Jeffrey Wright as Jean-Michel Basquiat Photo: Eleventh Street Prod/Miramax/the Kobal


Director: Julian Schnabel.

With: Jeffrey Wright, Benicio Del Toro, Gary Oldman

It feels that the film is about the graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) is made by another artist, Julian Schnabel, while he is hot on the 80's art scene in New York city. Basquiats self-destructive life but also hard work depicted unusually trustworthy and respectful.

Sean Bean and Nigel Terry as Caravaggio Photo: ©Zeitgeist Films/Courtesy Everet

”Caravaggio” (1986)

Director: Derek Jarman

With: Nigel Terry, Tilda Swinton

Derek Jarman's acclaimed film about Caravaggio (1571-1610) has a sumptuous aesthetics colored by barockmålarens dramatic compositions and ljuskontraster. Caravaggio was most likely bi - or homosexual, and broke all sorts of conventions – a perfect match with Jarman.

Geoffrey Rush as Alberto Giacometti in "Final Portrait" Photo: P veronika wallroth apperead/Potboiler/Kobal/REX

”Final portrait” (2017)

Director: Stanley Tucci

With: Geoffrey Rush, Armie Hammer

A special film about an extraordinary porträttsittning. The famous art critic James Lord shall have his portrait painted by the highly admired Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966). Hours turns to days when the perfektionistiske the artist will never be satisfied, and the relationship develops.

Stellan Skarsgard and Pia Viet in the ”Hip Hip hooray!” Photo: Roger Tillberg/TT


Director: Kjell Grede

With: Stellan Skarsgård, Jesper Christensen, Stefan,

”Hip Hip hooray!” takes place in Danish Skagen and the famous konstnärskolonien. In the centre of the virtuose painter PS Krøyer (1851-1909) and triangeldramat with wife Marie Krøyer and the Swedish composer Hugo Alfvén. Here, enjoy, I mainly of the amazing filmfotot and the famous light.

Pekka Strang as Touko Laaksonen in the ”Tom of Finland” Photo: Josef Persson

”Tom of Finland” (2017)

Director: Dome Karukoski

With: Pekka Strang, Seumas F Sargent

As a young Touko Laaksonen (1920 - 1991) sneak with his homosexuality. But under the pseudonym Tom of Finland, he lived out his homoerotic läderfantasier of the drawings published in the american gaytidningar. The movie about his life is lavish and well made, if a little tame.

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