Frizzell on Frizzell – a teenage filmmaker looks at his grandfather

In a just-released short documentary film, Jimi Frizzell interviews his grandfather about creativity, comics, growing up in Hastings (aka "the moon"), and why he's still painting at 65

"I don't even think of it as art," says Kiwi painter Dick Frizzell. "It's just what I do...

"I used to think of it as art."

The Kiwi painter opens up to his grandson Jimi about art, his childhood studying comics in Hastings, and why most of the people going on about creativity these days are just plain wrong.

For other short documentaries from students at Western Springs College in Auckland check here.

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