I meant to post about How to Draw a Bunny eons ago, right after my TiVo picked it out for me on the Sundance channel, but my bloggy intentions went astray as they so often do.That said, not writing about doesn't mean that I haven't kept thinking about it - it was so great and fascinating and I blabbed on and on about it to anyone who would listen for weeks on end.
How to Draw a Bunny tells the story of artist Ray Johnson, the incredibly prolific collagist who is well know for his mail art project, Correspondence School.*
The documentary has a lot of great interviews, but what really made it shine was how well-curated it was. Johnson left a lot behind when he died under mysterious circumstances in 1995 - a whole houseful that he'd squirreled away, in addition to everything he'd put out into the world during his prolific career. I can't even imagine the task of sifting through it all and distilling it enough to tell his story, but Moore and director John W. Walter did exactly that.
* This is a brief, lazy, grossly under-simplified synopsis - which is why you should watch the documentary!