A NEW DOCUMENTARY INVESTIGATES THE TRUTH
BEHIND THE PAINTINGS OF OZ ALMOZ
“Contributing to what he believes is solely a film on his extensive catalogue and creative process, he unknowingly exposes himself as a liar. It was equally awkward and uncomfortable for me as an investigative journalist having to take this approach knowing it was ironically necessary in order to ultimately tell the real truth.”
THE FILMMAKER JOINS US FOR AN IN FOCUS INTERVIEW
“Our whole viewing habit has changed dramatically; we’ve become very used to streaming, to seeing things privately, and that’s a fundamentally different experience from when we’re in a theatre and you don’t control time. When we go to a theatre, we are giving up time, and that’s the magic of theatre.”
BY DANI WILLIAMS
"In order to prepare for this daunting role, Douglas began exploring oil paint. He felt it of the utmost importance to have some experience with painting, so he began painting crows. According to Anne, (Douglas’s wife), he would often return home from shooting still in character and remained so until his role as Van Gogh ended."