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My Kid Could Paint That
Amir Bar-Lev directs this thought-provoking documentary about a precocious four-year-old artist whose abstract works have drawn critical comparisons with modernist greats such as Kandinsky, Picasso and Pollock. Her talents have already profited her and her parents hundreds of thousands of dollars. But is she truly an artistic visionary trapped in the body of a preschooler, or is her gift with a paintbrush mere illusion? Rated: PG-13. 83 minutes.
Screened in conjunction with What You See Is What You See: American Abstraction After 1950.