PARK CITY, Utah — Most art documentaries feature paintbrushes or chisels. Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry opens with a surveillance camera. Alison Klayman’s entertaining, compelling and thought-provoking film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this week, follows the Beijing-based architect, conceptual artist and provocateur as he does battle with Chinese authorities, surviving around-the-clock stakeouts, a beating [.
PBS documentary show Frontline features Alison Klayman's work filming Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's tumultuous past two years. The journalist has followed Ai through art exhibitions and political scandals alike, interviewing the artist... Read Post
Alison Klayman’s 90-minute film Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry set out to be a portrait of the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and along the way morphed into a highbrow, jaw-dropping reality show about fumbling, corrupt governments (China), social... Read Post