Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol at IFFR

Andy WARHOL (1927-1987, USA) was born Andrew Warhola, son of Czech immi¡grants, in Cleveland. His film work is still one of the most important manifestations of Pop Art, of which he was high priest. Well-known films produced by Warhol and directed by Paul Morrissey are Flesh (1968), Trash (1970), Heat (1972) and Blood for Dracula (1973). In later life, Warhol experimented a great deal with video.

Filmography

Kiss (1963), Sleep (long & short version, 1963), Hair¡cut #1 (1963), Tarzan and Jane Regained... Sort Of (1963), Eat (1964), Blow Job (1964), Empire (long & short version, 1964), Henry Geldzahler (1964), Couch (1964), Taylor Mead's Ass (1964), Harlot (1964), Soap Opera (1964), Ivy and John (1965), Screen Test #1 (1965), Screen Test #2 (1965), The Life of Juanita Castro (1965), Vinyl (1965), Beauty #2 (1965), My Hustler (1965), Drunk (1965), Horse (1965), Poor Little Rich Girl (1965), Paul Swan (1965), Lupe (1965), Bitch (1965), Face (1965), Restaurant (1965), Kitchen (1965), Afternoon (1965), Inner and Outer Space (1965), Prison (1965), Camp (1965), More Milk Yvette (1965), Hedy (1965), The Closet (1965), The Chelsea Girls (1966), Bufferin (1966), The Velvet Underground and Nico (1966), Screen Test: Marcel Duchamp (1966), Eating Too Fast (1966), **** A.K.A. 'Four Stars' or 'The Twenty-Four Hour Movie' (1966-67), The Nude Restaurant (1967), Lonesome Cowboys (1967), Bike Boy (1967-68), I, A Man (19667-68), The Loves of Ondine (1967-68), Blue Movie (1968).


Andy Warhol at IFFR

The films by this director at IFFR