This documentary provides an intimate look at the life of Finno-American Eero Saarinen (1910−1961), an iconic figure of modern architecture and furniture design. In company of his son Eric, discover the works of a visionary who graced us with American monuments deemed national historic sites, such as the General Motors Technical Center in Michigan and the TWA Flight Center at John‑F.-Kennedy International Airport in New York. However, he was also known for his furniture pieces, like the famous Tulip chair. In this cinematic portrait, the images filmed by drones reveal the magnitude of his work and shine a light on the dedication and passion that inhabited a man gone too soon.
|Editing||Liem Kris, Adam Zucker|
|Narration||Blythe Danner, Franzen Peter|
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Peter Rosen graduated from the University of Yale and has been on the cinema field since the 1980s. He has produced and directed over 100 full-length films and has worked directly with some of the most important figures in the arts. He won the prestigious Directors Guild of America Award in 1990. He collaborated with leading figures from the arts, such as Leonard Bernstein and Placido Domingo.
Gordon Getty: There Will Be Music (2015) ; Touching the Sound: The Improbable Journey of Nobuyuki Tsujii (2013) ; The Cliburn: 50 Years of Gold (2012) ; Nobuyuki Tsujii Live at Carnegie Hall (2011) ; A Surprise in Texas (2010) ; Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes (2008) ; Shadows in Paradise (2008) ; A Workshop for Peace (2006) ; Who Gets to Call it Art? (2006) ; Khachaturian (2003) ; Playing on the Edge (2001−2002).