More than 130 paintings by van Gogh serve as the initial backgrounds for a kind of detective tale wherein Armand Roulin, the son of the postmaster in Arles, tries to understand how the painter could go from the tranquil artist he knew to a suicide in only six weeks. Travelling from Arles in the south, where van Gogh produced some of his most amazing work, to Auvers-sur-Oise, near Paris, where the painter died and is buried (alongside brother Theo), Roulin questions those close to van Gogh in his quest for knowledge. And all the while, he is immersed in the world of the master’s paintings—and so are we…

THE WORLD’S FIRST FULLY PAINTED FEATURE FILM brings to life the paintings of Vincent van Gogh via a kind of rotoscoping technique similar to the one used in Richard Linklater’s Waking Life but with an obsessive attention to detail never seen before.

Winner of the Vancouver Intl FF (VIFF) Audience Choice Award for Best International Feature 2017.