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Hilma af Klint is thought of as one of the first abstract artists of the Western world, even though many people have never heard of her and only in the recent past has her work been shown at the Tate Modern in London and Guggenheim in New York.. Lasse Hallström (Chocolate, My Life as a Dog) has dived into af Klint’s extraordinary life and work, portraying her (via real-life mother and daughter Lena Olin and Tora Hallström) as a focused artist and mystic who chose to hide her work for two decades after her death, predicting that only audiences of the future would be ready to experience it. A biopic with heart, HILMA portrays an artist obsessed with her craft and a lesbian with a collective of female friends who practiced mysticism and worked closely with Hilma to create her incredible visions as well as their own.
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Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave,Seattle,WA,United States