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Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art

Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art is a movie starring Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, and Germano Celant. Set in the desolate desert spaces of the American southwest, the film unearths the history of land art during the tumultuous late...

Running Time
1 hours 12 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography, History
James Crump
James Crump
Vito Acconci, Paula Cooper, Carl Andre, Germano Celant
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Set in the desolate desert spaces of the American southwest, the film unearths the history of land art during the tumultuous late 1960s and early 1970s. Troublemakers is ultimately a story of renegades and firebrands all willing to risk their future careers on radical change and experimentation-a marked contrast to the hyper-speculative contemporary art world of today. Featuring rare interviews with a veritable who's who of American Art of the twentieth century.

Comments about documentary «Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art» (14)

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Jordan Hill

This documentary does a good job of explaining how and why the land art movement has changed over the years. It shows how land art has been treated differently from other art forms, and how the changing of the times has affected the movement. It also shows the value of the art and how important it is for many people. It shows how the movement has influenced people's lives and how important it is to be connected with nature. I think this is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I give it a 10.

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I first saw this documentary in a movie theater in 1995. I had no idea what it was about, but I was shocked. I was touched. It is now my all-time favorite film. I am not an art critic. I am not a critic. I am just a human being who has seen the movie, and felt the impact it had on me. I could not have chosen a better director for this film. I have seen this movie many times since then. I do not know if I will ever see it again. It is that powerful. It made me think about my own life and about my relationship with my family and with the people I love. The movie does not pretend to be a documentary. It does not pretend to be a science fiction movie. It is a very human story about real people. It is about love, loss, and pain. It is about the power of art, and the power of a single story to inspire a whole generation. It is about how the movie can change people's lives, and how it can make a difference in the world. I am not sure what to say about it. I am still a child. I will probably never understand it. I will probably never be able to understand it. I have only seen it once, and I think I will never see it again. But it has changed my life. And it has changed mine.

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Tammy H.

This documentary has made me want to learn more about the Land Art movement. From the documentary, it is clear that the Land Art movement is not just a bunch of people in the Midwest or the South who are very poor, they are actually people from all over the world who are trying to create some kind of art in their own way. I was very impressed with the documentary, as I was not really sure what to expect. I was shocked to learn that the documentary is in French and it is almost impossible to understand what the people in the documentary are saying. I have never seen a documentary in which the narrator was not in English and I do not understand why this is. The documentary also seems to have a very short running time. I understand that there are scenes in the documentary that would be very difficult to fit in a documentary, but I feel like they could have included more of these scenes. I think the documentary would have been better if it was longer. I also understand that there are some scenes that were difficult to put in a documentary, but the scene where a group of people who are just taking pictures are trying to use a camera that is held by someone who is not really being used was very difficult to put in a documentary. I think that the documentary was very informative and it would be great if there were more documentaries like this that have a more time and a larger budget. This documentary is an important documentary for the Land Art movement, and it should be viewed by anyone who is interested in Land Art.

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Shirley B.

As the title suggests, this documentary is about the art of Land Art. The film follows four people who have been involved in the Land Art industry for a long time. The film shows the highs and lows of their careers and the efforts that are made to keep the art alive. This documentary also features interviews with many of the Land Art collectors and dealers that were interviewed. The film also includes many of the artists themselves as well as the people that have been involved in the Land Art industry. This film is a must see for Land Art lovers and art lovers. It will be a must see for everyone.

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This is a great documentary about a man who became a sensation. It's fascinating to see him tell his story in his own words, including some of the comments that he made. It's also fascinating to see the work that he did in his lifetime, including the work that he never did. The film is very well made, especially the interviews with the artists, and I recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the history of art.

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I didn't realize how powerful the stories behind Land Art are. I'm glad to have learned these stories.

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Zachary O.

Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art is a documentary about the men who have been involved in the effort to create the largest art collection in the history of mankind. It tells the story of the land art collectors, who in the 20th century were among the most influential men in the world. It explores the life and times of these men and how they influenced the way art was made and the way art was perceived by the general public. The film explores the men's lives and struggles as they struggled to overcome obstacles and manage the collection of art and architecture. It reveals the difficult decisions that were made to construct the largest art collection ever, the difficulties that were faced by the collectors, and the sacrifices that they had to make. The film also reveals the relationship that the men had with each other and the art they were creating. It also explores the efforts that were made by the people who worked for the collection. The film ends with the creation of the collection. The film includes interviews with many of the people who worked on the project, including the men themselves. The film is highly recommended for anyone interested in the history of art.

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I can honestly say I've never been to a college graduation ceremony and been able to stand on the stage and watch the ceremony. But I did last night and I was blown away by how much I felt. This documentary was amazing. I feel like I was at the ceremony and I could relate to it and it was truly emotional. The film really pulled me in and I could feel the pain and the emotions. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a documentary that will give you an insight into how the students feel and what the school's goals are. It's a must see!

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Donald Ramirez

The Story of Land Art is a documentary film by the award winning Canadian film director David Gordon Green. It was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and won the prize for Best Documentary Feature at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. This is a great documentary, not only about the story of land art, but about the history of art in general. It is also a great look at how art was viewed in the 1930's and 40's, and how the art of today is affected by the art of the past. It is a very informative documentary that provides a lot of information on art and history. The film is divided into three sections: 1) Art History and Early Years, 2) Art History and the Rise of Art, and 3) Art History and the Decline of Art. I liked the first two sections. The third section is more of a history lesson, as we learn about the decline of art, and the importance of art to the arts and to the people who loved it. The film also shows us the evolution of art from the 30's to the 20's, and the beginnings of modernism. The film is very well made. The camera is steady throughout the film. The acting is great. The narration is very interesting and informative. The photography is beautiful. The editing is very good. The music is very well done. The film is a very entertaining and informative film. The story of art is fascinating. It tells us how art has changed over the years, and how art can be misunderstood. It also shows us how art is viewed in the 20th century, and how the art of today is affected by the art of the past. It is a very informative film. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about art. I recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries. It is a great film.

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I was lucky enough to attend a screening of "Land Art" in May of 2006. I loved it. It was such a great story, and it was really entertaining. I hope that others will see it and appreciate it as much as I did. The interviews with the artists were fascinating, and it really showed the artistic process. I was also really impressed with the directors' ability to take their subject matter and present it in a way that was both entertaining and thought-provoking. I thought it was well-done. If you have an interest in the history of art, I think you'll love this film. I look forward to seeing it again.

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Patrick Wade

When I saw the film on TV a few years ago, I was shocked. I thought it was absolutely incredible. I would love to see it again! The documentary is wonderful. The filming is wonderful. The interviews are wonderful. The cast and crew are wonderful. It's the story of Land Art. I'd love to see the DVD and the soundtrack again!

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Jennifer W.

This is the first film I have seen in quite a while. I am a painter myself, and it is a very beautiful film. I also own a lot of paintings, and this documentary was an eye-opener. It is fascinating to see what a few key people had to do to get this exhibition started, and what they did to get it off the ground. The documentary covers many key events, but it is also very funny, and you will get a real sense of how much this art really means to so many people. It also provides a lot of history about the history of painting, and the struggles that artists and their families go through to make their art. I would recommend this film to anyone, it is a great documentary that anyone can enjoy.

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Margaret Oliver

I am currently in my third year of film studies. This documentary will be a huge help for me to learn more about the history and the impact of art on people in the 20th century. I was very excited to see this documentary. I am glad that it is available on Netflix. I am also glad that it is being produced by the Los Angeles Museum of Art. I am glad that it is being produced by an independent filmmaker. This documentary will change the way I think about art. It will also be a great source for me to learn about the history of art. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of art.

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Andrea Matthews

This is a truly amazing film. It shows us a period in time when the country and people were really struggling, and the US government and corporate industry were in denial of the situation. It's really cool to see a documentary that goes behind the scenes of this event and shows the people who lived through it. It shows the effects of the pollution on the environment, the effects of the deforestation on the forests, and how it affected the people. It really shows us that we were able to see and experience the same things we see in this film. I highly recommend it. I think it's really important to see the movie, especially for people who didn't have an opportunity to see it before. It shows us a side of the US and the world we don't normally see.