Release Date: 06/15/10
With epic scope, intense romance, a stellar cast of characters, and stunning artwork, Brush With Life: The Art of Being Edward Biberman brings alive an extraordinary man in a passionate trek through a turbulent century of art, politics, struggle, and hope. With an impressive array of archival footage and hundreds of photographs and paintings, Brush With Life moves from a classic American immigrant saga to youthful artistic discovery to a wider look at some of the most fascinating and relevant moments of the 20th Century. With one ever-searching man at its core, the film illuminates a growing commitment to social justice, patriotic home-front service during World War II, McCarthy-era repression and heroics (Edward's murals were investigated for 'subversive content' and his brother, director Herbert Biberman, went to prison as one of The Hollywood Ten), an inspiring commitment to family in trying times, and a protean period of creative production that still dazzles.
|Run Time: 94 mins|
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