Dir. Ebs Burnough, United Kingdom, 2019, 91 mins Texas Premiere Sponsored by: Whole Foods Market & Texas Book Festival Truman Capote was a singular figure in the 20th century. He presented himself
Dir. Ebs Burnough, United Kingdom, 2019, 91 mins
Sponsored by: Whole Foods Market & Texas Book Festival
Truman Capote was a singular figure in the 20th century. He presented himself unapologetically on television at a time when most gay men took pains to avoid scrutiny. His books Breakfast at Tiffany’s and In Cold Blood were bestsellers and critical darlings.
Now The Capote Tapes delivers a fresh portrait that reinvigorates our understanding of this vital writer. Among the film’s revelations are newly discovered tapes of interviews that The Paris Review co-founder George Plimpton conducted with Capote’s friends after his death.
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