Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures is the first definitive, feature length portrait of the controversial American artist Robert Mapplethorpe since his death in 1989. The one thing more outrageous than Robert Mapplethorpe's photographs was his life. Intimate revelations from family, friends and lovers are topped only by Mapplethorpe's candor, revealed in a series of rediscovered, never before heard interviews, made public here for the first time. This is the unique portrait of an artist who turned photography into contemporary fine art with a bold vision that ignited a culture war still raging to this day.
Interview with Edward Mapplethorpe
Interview with Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato
Interview with Katharina Otto-Bernstein
Q&A with directors Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato and producer Katharina Otto-Bernstein