|Kurosawa shows us his samurai's look|
|Wednesday, 13 April 2011 14:01|
We write about a movie fan with extensive knowledge of Japanese culture and traditions. That was Akira Kurosawa, a Japanese filmmaker and the author of The Hunter or The Last Man films. Now, the original artwork of this filmmaker, descendant of samurais, arrives for the first time to Madrid at the ABC Museum.
Until next 12th June 2011 we can admire the exhibition: La Mirada del Samurai (Samurai’s look) where we are going to find the Kurosawa's original storyboards.
In this exhibition you can immerse yourself in the exciting life of this film director through the numerous posters, drawings, pieces of costumes and excerpts from some of his films. Audiovisual material has also to be able to learn about the creative process Kurosawa.
In his paintings and posters we recognize influences of painters like Van Gogh or Renoir or writers like Tolstoy or Shakespeare, but also we can appreciate that his works have also inspired subsequent blockbusters, such as Star Wars by George Lucas or Way of the Samurai by Jim Jarmush.La Mirada del Samurai (Samurai’s look)
Place: ABC Museum. 29th Amaniel Street
Dates: until 12th of June 2011
Opening times: from Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 08.00 p.m. Sundays from 10.00 a.m to 02.00 p.m.
Price: Free entrance
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