A fascinating look at the colourful career of architect Frank Gehry who despite being well into his eighties remains one of the world’s most celebrated and famously provocative creative forces. From the iconic Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao to LA’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, Gehry’s buildings both intrigue and ignite. For Frank, rules are there to be broken.
Alan Yentob explores Gehry’s remarkable journey from poor outsider in Toronto to global ‘starchitect’ and follows the construction of a characteristically audacious new Gehry building in Sydney – his first in Australia.
an absurdly fascinating profile … Euan Ferguson, The Guardian
|Executive Producers||Alan Erson, Chris Hilton, Tanya Hudson|
|Film Editor||Allen Charlton, John Pleffer, Daniel Grinberg||Cinematography||Justin Hanrahan|