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The many lives and countless illustrations of famed New Yorker Magazine cartoonist James Stevenson are captured in an odyssey of discovery and loss, of creativity and destruction. Throughout the 1940’s-1990’s James Stevenson was among The New Yorker’s most prolific cartoonists and multifaceted contributors. It was legend around the New Yorker offices that Stevenson could, single-handed, fill an issue from cover to cover – from cartoons to spots, journalism to cover art. The award-winning documentary ‘’Stevenson - Lost and Found’’ is a tribute to Stevenson taking the audience inside the life, struggles, philosophy and humor of a man who credits his success to the deliciousness of peanut butter. The biopic explores the richness and depth of the enormous contribution he made to the world as an artist and writer. This stunning portrait features his last interviews, excerpts from his work and commentary from the colleagues that called him Jim and the nine children that called him pop.