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Tracey Emin

Where Do You Draw The Line?

A 75 min imagine... film for BBC One, 2018
BBC Studios

Nominated for the RTS Award for Best Arts Doc, this film tells the story of the life and career of artist Tracey Emin, following her troubled upbringing in Margate and her time as a student in the 1980s to her meteoric rise to fame in the 90s when she became best known for work like her appliquéd tent Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963-1995, as well as the sensational My Bed (1998). 

The documentary follows many of Tracey's more recent artistic endeavours, including the landmark neon piece I Want My Time With You in London's St Pancras Station or her installation of 67 bronze birds around the streets of Sydney, The Distance of Your Heart. As well as filming in the UK and Australia, other scenes for the film were shot in Hong Kong, Brussels and the South of France.

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