Jim Carrey: I Needed Color – A Documentary Short Film

Jim Carrey shows a more vulnerable side in a new mini-documentary called Jim Carrey: I Needed Color. The six-minute short chronicles the famous comedian’s lesser-known past time: fine art. Carrey’s work is a range of miniature clay sculptures, colorful life-size paintings, and collages comprised of words, shapes and soft colors.

“I think what makes someone an artist is they make models of their inner life,” Carrey said in the video. “They make something come into physical being that is inspired by their emotions or their needs or what they feel the audience needs.”

Director/Producer – David Bushell

Editor – Nicole C. Conrad

Music – Dave Palmer

Vocals – Jane Carrey

Camera – Bobby Davidson (NY)

Sound – Sean Massey Asst.

Editor – Kelsey Ann McClure

Art Assistants – Roland Allmeyer, Lino Meoli, Brogan Dunphy FotoKem Edited w/ Adobe Premiere Pro CC


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