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Indiegogo Watch: Mapplethorpe (starring Matt Smith)

Mapplethorpe is a film about Robert Mapplethorpe, perhaps the most controversial photographer in American history. Those involved have been working on this important film for a decade completely independent and now they are coming to YOU, the fans, and inviting you to become a part of our journey.

The film will be directed by Ondi Timoner and produced by Eliza & Nate Dushku with Matt Smith (Doctor Who, The Crown) as Robert Mapplethorpe.

The project will soon be launching on Indiegogo HERE.

 

 

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