Christopher Nolan On How The Works Of Francis Bacon Influenced The Joker's Look In TDK
To celebrate the opening of the New Tate Britain, filmmakers discuss the artwork that most influences them. In this first video interview, Chris Nolan explains how Francis Bacon's style inspired The Joker's (Heath Ledger) smeared clown facepaint in The Dark Knight
And although there's nothing CBM related, film/art fans may find what Ken Loach and Mike Leigh have to say about which Tate works influence them of interest in the following vids.
These short films are part of a series in which leading creatives share artworks from Tate Britain’s collection that have inspired them.
The newly refurbished Tate Britain is now open to the public. Find out more and see how other top creative minds including musicians, photographers, poets, comedians, chefs and more have been inspired by 500 years of British art.
You can find out more by visiting the official site at the link below.
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