From James Bawden:
Link: Lawren Harris receives his due in new TV portrait
Film makers Nancy Lang and Peter Raymont faced a seemingly insurmountable obstacle in their new documentary Where The Universe Sings: The Spiritual Journey Of Lawren Harris. Harris, a Group of Seven Artist died in 1970 aged 85 and all the contemporaries who knew him have died as well.
Harris’s grandchildren are interviewed but even they are elderly.
Still, Harris’s remarkable journey springs alive and his odyssey is both dramatic and poignant. You can see for yourself: Where The Universe Sings premieres on TVOntario Saturday June 25 at 9 p.m. Continue reading.
From Lauren La Rose of The Canadian Press:
Link: Life and work of Lawren Harris in focus with new film ‘Where the Universe Sings’
With his paintings shattering records at auctions, and an upcoming exhibit of his work at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Lawren Harris is having a career renaissance more than four decades after his death.
Focus on the life and work of the legendary Group of Seven leader shifts to the screen with “Where the Universe Sings: The Spiritual Journey of Lawren Harris,” premiering Saturday at 9 p.m. ET on Ontario public service broadcaster TVO. The film will be available to stream at tvo.org beginning on Sunday. Continue reading.