VAN GOGH: OF WHEAT FIELDS AND CLOUDED SKIES
21 OCTOBER 2021
A stunning new exploration of the life and work of Van Gogh, through the eyes of his most devoted admirer and owner of the largest private collection of his artworks. Gain unprecedented access to legendary artistic treasures, experience the rare architectural beauty of the Kröller-Müller Museum, and journey into the past through the Milanese, Florentine, Roman and Palladian Renaissance.
HITLER VERSUS PICASSO AND THE OTHERS
25 NOVEMBER 2021
A sensational trove. A great discovery. A cinematographic tour through 4 stunning exhibitions. 70 years on from Hitler’s declaration of war on “degenerate” art, this event film reveals secrets of the Fuhrer's treasure. Picasso, Matisse, Renoir and Chagall: paintings hidden, looted and condemned finally come to light to reveal the Nazi obsession for art on the big screen. Starting from the incredible Gurlitt case and his massive collection, the true story of masterpieces persecuted and banned during the 20th century.
TUTANKHAMUN: THE LAST EXHIBITION
27 JANUARY 2022
Tutankhamun: The Last Exhibition offers spectators, for the first time ever, an extraordinary opportunity to meet the Pharaoh, and relive those unique moments on the big screen following exclusive coverage of how 150 items from among his treasures, were moved to become part of the biggest international exhibition ever dedicated to the Golden Boy.
NAPOLEON: IN THE NAME OF ART
24 FEBRUARY 2022
Jeremy Irons presents Napoleon: In The Name of Art. To mark the 200th anniversary of Napoleon’s death, this documentary explores the complex relationship between Napoleon, culture and art. A unique tour from Brera Academy in Milan to the Louvre in Paris in the company of the best art historian experts and Jeremy Irons who passes his fascination to the viewers.
MUNCH: LOVE PHANTOMS AND LADY-VAMPIRES
31 MARCH 2022
There is no painter in the world both more famous and less known than Edvard Munch.
The debt contemporary culture has towards Munch is impressive, from Andy Wharhol to Ingmar Bergman, from Marina Abramovich to Jasper Johnes.
If his painting has become a symbol and at the same time an omen of the tragedies of the twentieth century, his art has travelled new and experimental roads of extraordinary modernity. Today, however, it is his city, Oslo, which sets a turning point for the knowledge of Munch: the birth of a new museum, opening in June 2020. The documentary will start from there to shed light on a man and an artist with singular charm, a precursor and a master.