Earlier this year in January, one of the most iconic and legendary musicians of our era, David Bowie passed away. Now the documentary depicting the Bowie collection in 1.5 hours, given by the Victoria and Albert Museum, will be available to watch in Budapest at Urania, writes origo.hu.
The very last album of David Bowie, BlackStar was released and hit the stores in January 8, and the singer died two days following that. Later the David Bowie is exhibition commemorating him became one of the most successful visits of the London-based Victoria and Albert Museum, almost 200 thousand tickets were sold.
Ever since then millions could check it out as a touring exhibition, including people in Canada, Brazil, the US, Japan, Australia, the Netherlands, France, and Germany. The film, directed by Hamish Hamilton, portrays the last guided tour of the exhibition organized with the David Bowie Archive, as the curators, Vicky Broackes, and Geofrrey Marsh give an insight to the incredibly rich work of Bowie.
Original manuscripts of his lyrics, personal belongings, costumes, instruments, archive photos and videos, and album covers are all shown to the spectators of the film to ensure their amazement, while (partly) entering the creative and personal art world of the late David Bowie.
Moreover, former co-artists of Bowie, such as the legendary fashion designer, Kansai Yamamoto, and former frontman of Pulp and cult member of the ‘90s British pop movement, Jarvis Cocker talk about the art of the creative genius and pop icon.
Further information shall be found at the website of the Urania National Film Theatre, click HERE to check their program. Below, you may watch the theatrical trailer for David Bowie is.
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