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Film Review - Art and Craft


“Art and Craft” explores the strange world of Mark Landis, a master of art forgery who lives a cluttered life with mental health issues, yet is capable of producing astonishing replicas of a wide range of famous pieces. The twist here is that Landis isn’t doing this for money. He’s not a part of some multi-national criminal empire looking to squeeze collectors for easy coin. Instead, he’s a frail man who lives in a fantasy of philanthropy, gifting museums his creations, taking pleasure from the act of acceptance. Directed by Sam Cullman, Jennifer Grausman, and Mark Becker, “Art and Craft” has it easy in terms of documentary subjects, as Landis is ready for his close-up, eager to share a distorted idea of himself with viewers. Read the rest at


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