100 Years Show, The

USA, 2015 (MIFF 2015, Package Short)

Director: Alison Klayman

100 Years Show, The

Alison Klayman (Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, MIFF 2012) brings us this affectionate portrait of influential contemporary artist Carmen Herrera, who only found recognition and fame in her 90s.


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