Five Artists: BillBobBillBillBob
- Gunvor Nelson |
- 1971 |
- 70 minutes |
- COLOR |
Rental Format(s): 16mm
Bill Wiley/Bob Nelson/Bill Allan/Bill Geis/Bob Hudson.
By Dorothy Wiley and Gunvor Nelson.
This film of five California painters, sculptors and filmmakers is a personal look at the lives of these close friends at home with their families, at work in the studio, teaching, fishing, drawing together, at parties, openings, etc. The sound is a collage of comments and music by the artists mixed with impressions by friends and acquaintances.
"FIVE ARTISTS is the most beautiful and moving film on artists that I have ever seen." - Joseph Raffael
"I just love looking at my friends on film." - Dorothy Wiley
"I hate the idea of the film and I never want to see it."
"Our part was the best." - Cornelia Hudson
"Have you ever thought about perambulators? Well, I always thought people shouldn't push other people around." - Bill Geis
"I had to be 35 years old before I realized I was leaving my childhood." - Bill Allan