How to Draw a Bunny
|How to Draw a Bunny|
|Directed by||John W. Walter|
|Produced by||Steve Apicella|
Andrew L. Moore
|Music by||Max Roach|
|Cinematography||Frank G. DeMarco|
Andrew L. Moore
|Edited by||John W. Walter|
|Distributed by||Artisan Entertainment|
How to Draw a Bunny: A Ray Johnson Portrait, is a collage-style feature-length documentary about the Detroit-born pop and performance artist Ray Johnson. Filmmakers John Walter and Andrew L. Moore delve into the mysterious life and death of Johnson, an artist whose “world was made up of amazing coincidences, serendipities and karmic gags,” according to Michael Kimmelman of The New York Times. After Johnson’s suicide, Moore and Walter conducted interviews with artists including Christo, Chuck Close, Roy Lichtenstein, Judith Malina, and James Rosenquist. In addition, they gathered photographs, works of art, and home movies, which were edited into a fast-paced narrative exploring the artist’s life. The filmmakers “couldn’t have chosen a more elusive subject for a movie; their success in evoking Johnson, and in documenting his world, is a triumph of sympathy over psychology, memory over historicism,” wrote Stuart Klawans for The Nation. The film premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Prize. The film also won the Grand Prix du Public 2002 at the Rencontres Internationales de Cinema in Paris and was nominated for a 2003 Independent Spirit Award and listed in New York Magazine’s “Top Ten of 2004.”
- How to Draw a Bunny on IMDb
- Kimmelman, Michael (October 6, 2002). "A Collage in Which Life=Death=Art". The New York Times. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- "How to Draw a Bunny". IMDb. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- Klawans, Stuart (October 28, 2002). "License to Kill". The Nation. The Nation. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- "How to Draw a Bunny". The Estate of Ray Johnson. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
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