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Press Releases Walker Art Center Presents Julian Schnabel: Artist Director Regis Dialogue and Film Retrospective March 4-19

“The term ‘larger than life’ seems almost too meager for the force of nature that is Julian Schnabel: artist, surfer, bon vivant, and now acclaimed filmmaker.” —Art Newspaper

The Walker Art Center presents Julian Schnabel: Artist Director, a Regis Dialogue and Film Retrospective, March 4-19. With the soon-to-be-released Miral (screening at the Walker March 18), Schnabel has broken his own mold by fashioning an epic with historical and political ramifications, though he still encases it in his trademark personal story. “Miral is imbued with the exquisite camera and sound work he’s become known for, but the portraiture is more precise than expressionist, matching an emotional arc with a political one” (Toronto International Film Festival). In 2010 Schnabel was awarded the Douglas Sirk Award at the Hamburg Film Festival—a tribute to a personality for his or her outstanding merit in film culture—for which they called him “one of the most versatile artists of his generation. The diversity of his talent is exciting and inspires artists of every genre.” Schnabel will appear at the Walker to converse about his work with chief curator Darsie Alexander in a Regis Dialogue (Saturday, March 19).

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Links to Background Information

Julian Schnabel

Julian Schnabel New York Times Profile

Brief Biography of Julian Schnabel

Julian Schnabel in Time Out

Julian Schnabel interviewed by Charlie Rose

Julian Schnabel interviewed by Film Forum

Julian Schnabel Interview/Article in The Guardian

Miral

Miral Trailer

Julian Schnabel Interview about Miral in The Guardian

Julian Schnabel Interview in the LA Times

Variety Review

Huffington Post Interview

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Trailer

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Review in the New York Times

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Review in The Guardian

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Review in The New Yorker

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Review in The Village Voice

Before Night Falls

Before Night Falls Trailer

Before Night Falls Review in Salon

Before Night Falls New York Times Review

Before Night Falls Variety Review

Basquiat

Basquiat Trailer

Basquiat Sun Times Review

Basquiat Review in the New York Times

Berlin

Berlin Trailer

Berlin Review in the New York Times

Berlin Review in Slant Magazine

Berlin Review in the Village Voice

Walker Art Center Premier Partners

Film Still From __Basquiat

Directed by Julian Schnabel

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