|Directed by||Martin Lavut|
|Produced by||Dennis Mohr|
|Written by||Martin Lavut|
|Music by||Tutu Combo|
|Edited by||Rob Ruzic|
Remembering Arthur is a documentary about collage filmmaker Arthur Lipsett that debuted at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival. It is directed by Lipsett's close friend Martin Lavut and takes a personal approach to the story of his life through interviews with family, friends and colleagues. The film was produced by Public Pictures in association with the National Film Board of Canada, Bravo! and TVOntario.
In 2007 it won the "Best Cinematography in a Documentary" Award from The Canadian Society of Cinematographers.
- Remembering Arthur on IMDb
- Public Pictures
- Watch Remembering Arthur at the National Film Board of Canada
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