Andy Warhol and Friends: On Set and Back Home
Andy Warhol and Friends
Andy Warhol and Friends is a new collection of photographs of Andy Warhol and his circle of friends. In this extensive set of photographs, Warhol and his film crew shoot the 1968 Lonesome Cowboys movie in the hot Arizona desert, and other images capture Andy and his sidekicks posing and generally acting very “artsy-campy” well into the 1980s.
“Warhol’s Cinema” from The Factory: 1963-1968
Warhol’s Cinema is a 1989 BBC-TV Channel 4 documentary about a number of films made Andy Warhol in the 1960s. During the five year span of his obsession with films, Warhol made more than 50 films between 1963-1968. Most of his movies were 16-millimeter films and included Chelsea Girls, Empire, Sleep, Kiss, My Hustler and Lonesome Cowboys. He made many of the films in his mid-town studio, known as The Factory, where the young people in his offbeat cortège, alternately beautiful and bizarre, spent much or most of their time. That group of followers included, among many others, Baby Jane Holzer, Gerard Malanga, Paul America, Holly Woodlawn, Joe Dellasandro, Chuck Weir and Edie Sedgwick.
Andy Warhol’s Cinema: A Mirror to the Sixties
Andy Warhol: A PBS American Masters Documentary (2006)
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