• 2014
  • UK
  • 1h 52min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Randall Wright
  • UK release: 28 November 2014

Intimate and affectionate portrait of Britain's most enduringly popular modern artist, with ample footage of him at work in his studio on LA. Friends provide entertaining anecdotes but Hockney's account of the losses that AIDS has inflicted on his life is deeply moving.

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An affectionate, yet frank and enlightening documentary about our greatest living British artist. It gives a new perspective on David Hockney's personal life and his work.

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24 Nov 20144 stars

Warm, insightful documentary from Randall Wright examining the celebrated artist

Britain’s most enduringly popular modern artist, David Hockney, has been the subject of many documentaries, including one made for TV by this film's director Randall Wright in 2003 (David Hockney: Secret Knowledge). None could claim to be as intimate…

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