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1. 7 Nov 2017 12:12


This movie has been out for a couple of weeks, but I know this group will appreciate the film.

"Loving Vincent" is about Van Gogh. Unlike so many other flicks, it's historically accurate in the depiction of Vincent's life. It's the first (and only) entirely painted movie ever made!

I have to admit that there were times I got lost in the beauty and forgot about the story. It mesmerizes you.

A team of hundreds of artists spent two years hand painting over 67,000 works to animate the film. All of this was done on a budget of 5.5 million.

I encourage everyone to see it. That movie is an experience not easily forgotten. Please, go see it.

Here is the YouTube trailer for it:

2. 14 Nov 2017 12:01


Since most theaters are done showing it now, it will be out on DVD Jan 16th.

It's worth every penny!

3. 15 Nov 2017 08:19


The trailer is fantastic! Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I will look for it in Jan. Thank you Bugoy!

4. 15 Nov 2017 17:14


I will most likely buy this when it comes out on DVD. It's playing here in a small theater in town. The trailer is very, very good! I had to search high and low for Victoria and Abdul with Dame Judi Dench. Now that is also a great movie! Love everything she does!

5. 18 Nov 2017 16:21


Just learned this will be coming to our Normal theater, as one of the artists is a local lady who spent four years in Gdansk, Poland, where they made it. Hope it doesn't get lost in our
holiday busyness.... Sounds fascinating to have animation of this well-known art!

6. 13 Jan 2018 14:03


Finally saw this with my daughter, while she was home, just after Christmas. It was still playing in several small community theaters. Picked Cape Ann Community Theater in Gloucester, MA. It was playing in their 'small' theater room which I think they made out of an oversized closet. It sat 15 people, and yes it was a 'sell out'! It was nice having wine in a GLASS wineglass, and the popcorn was very good. Anyway, the movie was quite interesting. It was fun seeing different works of his coming to life, and especially 'Street in Auvers' as I had done that here in TD. And yes Bugoy, it was hard for me to keep up with the story line as in your words, it was mesmerizing. Beautiful! Thank you again for reminding us of this!

7. 13 Jan 2018 17:59


I don't know about the U.S. but the movie will be available on DVD or Blueray on the 16th. Looking forward to seeing it!

8. 29 Sep 2020 00:37


I truly truly love this movie- it is art in motion