Director: Richard Press
“We all get dressed for Bill.” - Anna Wintour, Vogue editor-in-chief
Unassuming and unpretentious, cycling through the streets of Manhattan with his battered Nikon camera, 80-year-old Bill Cunningham doesn't exactly look like someone to hold the fashion world in thrall. Yet every week his columns in the New York Times are pored over by fashion leaders.
Bill Cunningham New York is a profile of an independent, humble and intensely private individual - untouched by the affectations of the fashion world that adores him, and deeply obsessed with practicing his own unique brand of cultural anthropology.
“He was one of the people I was truly envious of but… he was too fragile for this world.” - Madonna ... This is the first feature-length documentary about celebrated artist Jean-Michel Basq… More »
“Yes, this is one of the finest dance films ever made, but there's more to it than that.” - New York Times ... Setting his gaze on Paris's Palais Garnier, prolific documentary filmmaker Frederick… More »
It's said that you save 50% energy when you're satisfied with 90% of perfection - this film is about the last ten percent. ... Eighty-eight keys, 230 strings on a cast iron frame, a weight of 480 kil… More »
The unassuming film that inflamed an internet controversy and raised the ire of Indonesian authorities. ... After meeting a 12-year-old Indonesian boy who announced “When I grow up, I want to sex-s… More »
'There isn't a man alive who wouldn't give his left nut to be Hugh Hefner.' - Gene Simmons ... At Hugh Hefner's 80th birthday, Brigitte Bermen convinced him to divulge the ‘real deal' about the man… More »