It Takes a Lunatic 2019 | TV-MA | 2h 6m | Biographical Documentaries The extraordinary life of beloved acting teacher and theatre producer Wynn Handman is recalled in this portrait of a provocative, innovative artist.
Directed by Billy Lyons, Kim Ferraro, Seth Isler. With Alec Baldwin, André Bishop, Michael Douglas, Richard Gere. The life and career of acting teacher and co-founder/director of the American Place Theater, Wynn Handman.
It Takes a Lunatic is a 2019 documentary film directed by Billy Lyons, Kim Ferraro and Seth Isler and starring Alec Baldwin, André Bishop and Michael Douglas. The premise revolves around Wynn Handman, the Artistic Director of The American Place Theatre.
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A Documentary film about the life and pioneering work of WYNN HANDMAN and THE AMERICAN PLACE THEATRE | Check out 'IT TAKES A LUNATIC' on Indiegogo.
It Takes a Lunatic (2019) Directed by Billy Lyons. Starring Wynn Handman, Michael Douglas, Sam Shepard, Frank Langella, Woodie King Jr, Richard Gere, Alec Baldwin, Chris Cooper, James Caan, Susan Lucci, Eric Bogosian, Aasif Mandvi, and John Leguizamo. It Takes a Lunatic screened at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. 10 out of 10 stars
It Takes a Lunatic is a true story that details how Wynn became a theater legend. It Takes a Lunatic tells the story of how Wynn came up in the industry of entertainment pedagogy and started out in his studio on 54th Street in Manhattan.
IT TAKES A LUNATIC New York, Documentary, Drama, Art, Biography Wynn Handman, acting teacher and co-founder/director of the American Place Theater, which upon its opening in 1962 helped establish the Off-Broadway theater community, is a champion of the unheard.
It Takes a Lunatic provides a nice insight into the life of an innovator, teacher, and artist who has had an enormous impact on American theatre and the art scene in general. It is an engaging and warm celebration of his work. It is, however, much too long, a bit harshly edited and very self-indulgent.
After the World Premiere Screening at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival at the Stella Artois Theatre at BMCC TPAC on 5/3/2019, a conversation with acting teache...