Timothy Greenfield-Sanders on HBO's The Latino List, Pitbull, and Andy Warhol
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders is no stranger to crafting portraits. His are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum, and the Whitney Museum.
He recently turned his eye to film, producing and directing five documentaries includingLou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart
.The Black List
, one of his most successful projects to date, is a series of documentaries for HBO that explore the contributions and impact that black culture has had in America.
Now he gives Hispanics a voice with his new project, The Latino List, in which he interviews prominent Latinos - from Sonia Sotomayor to Miami's own Pitbull. We had the chance to chat with Greenfield-Sanders about what it means to have Andy Warhol as a role model. Follow the jump for our Q&A.
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Many artists tend to cross pollinate. Do you think an artist is an artist is an artist?
Why documentaries? Do you think you'll ever make a fictional film?
Having lived in Miami, you must be somewhat familiar with Latinos and Latino culture. How do you think the Latino population has impacted South Florida?
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