Rich in visual imagery and music, William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible intimately documents the acclaimed South African artist’s working processes in a wide variety of media—from drawing and paper cutouts, to film and performance, to staging the Shostakovich opera The Nose for its world premiere at the Metropolitan Opera. Presented by Art21, the film will have its national prime-time PBS premiere October 21, 2010. (2010, 55 min. Dirs: Susan Sollins and Charles Atlas)
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