The documentary about Artemisia Gentileschi is now available on the Vatican's "Netflix"

"Artemisia Gentileschi. Pittrice Guerriera," the recent documentary about the great painter, is now available on demand on VatiVision, the Vatican's Netflix.

The docufilm Artemisia Gentileschi. Pittrice Guerriera, dedicated to the life and works of Artemisia Gentileschi (directed by Jordan River with Angela Curri as the artist, produced by Delta Star Picture) is as of today, February 1, 2021, also available on VatiVision, the Vatican’s “Netflix,” a platform for on-demand video content (but without a subscription: you pay for individual content, buying or renting it) of a cultural, artistic and religious nature or otherwise inspired by the Christian message. The documentary on Artemisia can be reached on the appropriate page: the rental costs 3.99 euros, while to purchase it the sum is 6.99 euros.

Artemisia Gentileschi. Pittrice Guerriera, a film that has won several international awards (Best Docudrama award at the Global Nonviolent Film Festival 2020, USA; International Festival Visioni dal Mondo - Panorama Italiano 2020; Best Documentary at the XXIV Terra di Siena International Film Festival 2020; European Cinematography Awards 2020 award, finalist at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards, USA) was shot in ultra-high definition. In the biographical account of the famous painter, the documentary offers a journey through her life and her masterpieces, now preserved in the world’s most important museums (from the Detroit Institute of Arts to the Columbus Museum of Art in the USA, from the Royal Palace in Madrid to the Galleria Spada in Rome), as well as in private collections, such as theAurora of about 1627, for the first time in a 4K documentary, and the David and Goliath, dated 1639, recently discovered in London thanks to the renowned British restorer Simon Gillespie, who granted an exclusive interview in this work, in which he explains how it was David’s sword, after careful restoration, that revealed the identity of the painting’s author, namely Artemisia. In addition to that of British conservator-restorer Gillespie, the documentary features interviews with Alessandra Masu (art historian, specializing in the Italian Renaissance and Baroque) and Adriana Capriotti (modern art historian, director of the Spada Gallery, MiBACT).

The documentary about Artemisia Gentileschi is now available on the Vatican's
The documentary about Artemisia Gentileschi is now available on the Vatican's "Netflix"

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