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EXHIBITION ON SCREEN

Degas: Passion for Perfection

22 August

Run time: 92 mins

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN journeys from the streets of Paris to the heart of a superb exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, whose extensive collection of Degas’ works is the most representative in Britain. With exclusive access to view rare and diverse works, this film tells a fascinating story of Degas’ pursuit for perfection through both experimentation with new techniques and lessons learnt from studying the past masters.

“Excellent” – The Guardian

“An inspiring documentary” – Home & Gardens


Young Picasso

19 September

Run time: 98 mins

Pablo Picasso is one of the most famous names in art history, his image and his art are everywhere, yet few know the remarkable story of his rise to greatness. Young Picasso takes an in-depth look at the journey of Picasso’s life and traces his path to genius.

“Fascinating and refreshing documentary with such intellectual rigour. On the huge canvas of a cinema screen, this is an unforgettable experience” – The Daily Express


Rembrandt (Encore)

31 October

Run time: 97 mins

To mark the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death and the Year of the Dutch Golden Age, EXHIBITION ON SCREEN presents Rembrandt, back by popular demand. Filmed in exquisite detail, the camera offers a privileged view of the once-in-a-lifetime 2015 Late Works exhibition at the Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum and London’s National Gallery.

“This brilliant, brave blockbuster reveals the true Rembrandt” – The Guardian


Van Gogh & Japan

5 December

Run time: 91 mins

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN concludes its sixth season with Van Gogh & Japan. Van Gogh & Japan journeys from the critically acclaimed exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, to the beauty of Provence and the enigma of Japan itself. Featuring Van Gogh’s personal letters and written accounts by friends and contemporaries this extraordinary and moving film reveals the fascinating story of Van Gogh’s little-known deep connection to Japanese art, despite never travelling to Japan himself, and the role it has in understanding his most iconic works.