Due to high demand the Erasmus Foundation is delighted to announce that the film will be shown again on Sunday 24 February at 1 pm.
Dutch artist M. C. Escher is one of the world’s best known graphical artists. His impossible optical illusions and metamorphoses are eye catching and unique. This documentary tells his own narrated story and has contributions by his direct family and others including Graham Nash from Crosby Stills Nash & Young. The film uses fascinating animations to bring his graphics to life. His work has appeared on the covers of many books and albums. Directed by Robin Lutz it won the Dutch Crystal Film award for documentary films in 2018.
The film accompanies the exhibition of Escher’s work at the NGV which runs till 7 Apr 2019. Our version of the film uses the voice of the well-known actor Stephen Fry as M.C. Escher which only became available last month. Tickets are available now and for those who missed out we advise to book your tickets soon to avoid further disappointments.
Sunday, 24 Feb 2019, 1:00 pm, ACMI, Fed Square
Admission: $18, Concession $14
Tickets: phone (03) 8663 2583 (10 am - 5 pm) or at the ACMI Tickets & Information Desk or online: www.acmi.net.au