Vincent Castiglia

‘Bloodlines: The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia’ DVD News

Award winning Filmmaker John Borowski’s documentary, Bloodlines: The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia, is coming soon to DVD. The film focuses on artist Vincent Castiglia’s life of abuse, addiction, and recovery while also exploring the reasons why the world renowned artist paints exclusively in human blood.

The film was funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign and was filmed on location around the U.S., Singapore, and Switzerland from 2014 to 2018. Locations include filming in the studio and museum of legendary artist H.R. Giger, who designed the iconic creature for the Alien movies.

Check out the trailer below, then read on for all the details!

Bloodlines: The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia Synopsis

Vincent Castiglia paints surreal images exclusively in human blood. He began doing so as form of self-healing following a troubled childhood and painful existence. From darkness, however, came light, and Castiglia’s story is one of inspiration and hope, providing proof that art can heal and serve to inspire others.

The documentary features interviews with Margaret Cho, Gregg Allman, Damien Echols, record executive Michael Alago, Kerry King and Gary Holt of the heavy metal band Slayer, and more.

Check out the official poster art!

Bloodlines: The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia

Bloodlines: The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia releases on DVD in North America on November 13. You can pre order your copy here.

Fascinating! An artist who paints in human blood? How cool is that? I’m looking forward to checking this out. How about you? Are you anxious to find out more about The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia? Tell us in the comments!

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