'Illma Gore: Volume One'
A documentary film that follows the life and times of controversial Los Angeles based artist Illma Gore. Illma first came to be known in the U.S for The Human Canvas Project where she garnered attention and generated public revulsion by allowing strangers to tattoo anything they wanted on her body. Illma’s been both celebrated and censored throughout the world, globally known for her political art including a nude drawing of Donald Trump with a small penis. With roots in street art, Gore has found her place in political protest art and specializes in fine portraiture. This film investigates her upbringing on the streets of Australia, her positions as a political artist, and what the public finds fascinating and off putting about her work.
Director Chachi Ramirez has been filming Gore on her artistic journey for two years and plans to continue shooting through Gore’s career.
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Director: Chachi Ramirez
Produced: Mercy Brothers LLC
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