UA film students brings the story of the Women Ochre painting to the big screen
The story of the stolen “Woman-Ochre” painting and its journey back to the University of Arizona Museum of Art over 30 years later sounded like it came straight from a mystery movie. Aaron Cargile decided to make that idea a reality.
Cargile, a UA film and television student, has been directing a documentary centered around the theft of the Willem de Kooning painting. He will be debuting a portion of the film at “I Dream in Widescreen” in May, as part of the School of Theatre, Film & Television senior capstone.Original story