'Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry' Debuts at Sundance

Just as Ai Weiwei was detained in Beijing, Alison Klayman was working to finalize her years-in-the-making documentary on Ai’s life and his recent political outspokenness. I haven’t seen the full film, but it apparently received a standing ovation at its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival over the weekend.

“Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” is something I’m looking forward to, but for now we can still see the Frontline version, a new New York Times excerpt, and Ali’s piece on Ai’s time in New York.

In the spirit of the year of the dragon, here’s a picture of 2008 fireworks at Three Shadows Photography Art Centre in Beijing, a building designed by Ai.

Chinese New Year 2008 at Three Shadows, by Graham Webster


One response to “'Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry' Debuts at Sundance”

  1. Claire Nguyen Avatar
    Claire Nguyen

    After Ai Wei Wei and his supporters dealt with the verdict of tax evasion,
    how would they respond to the equally absurd accusation that the artist has
    been “spreading pornography”?


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