Leonora Carrington: The Lost Surrealist
Film about artist Leonora Carrington who worked alongside Max Ernst, Andre Breton and Pablo Picasso in Paris at the height of surrealism, yet lived out her days in Mexico City.
British surrealist Leonora Carrington was a key part of the surrealist movement during its heyday in Paris and yet, until recently, remained a virtual unknown in the country of her birth. This film explores her dramatic evolution from British debutante to artist in exile, living out her days in Mexico City, and takes us on a journey into her darkly strange and cinematic world.
|Executive Producer||Angus Macqueen|
|Executive Producer||Emma Cahusac|
|Interviewed Guest||Tere Arcq|
|Interviewed Guest||Betty Aridjis|
|Interviewed Guest||Homero Aridjis|
|Interviewed Guest||Gabriel Carrington|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Carrington|
|Interviewed Guest||Miguel Escobedo|
|Interviewed Guest||Joanna Moorhead|
|Interviewed Guest||Antony Penrose|
|Interviewed Guest||Elena Poniatowska|