|Cast||Pierre Apraxine Dick Cavett Dominick Dunne Gordon Baldwin Raymond Foye Jeffrey Fraenkel Philippe Garner Ralph Gibson Timothy Greenfield-Sanders John Giorno Tukey Koffend Robert Mapplethorpe Jean-Jacques Naudet Eugenia Parry Ingrid Sischy Patti Smith Holly Solomon John Szarkowski Sam Wagstaff Paul Walter|
|Awards||2007 San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival
2007 Silverdocs Film Festival
|Plot||A look at the life and contribution of Sam Wagstaff (1921-1987), curator, trend-setter, collector of photographs, and lover and guide to Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), told chronologically with archival footage, photographs, and contemporary interviews. Wagstaff is upper class, handsome, and gay, reinventing himself after World War II as a curator, with extraordinary success. By the 1970s, he's friends with Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith, his mother has left him a fortune, and he's collecting old photographs by the score. Many who comment discuss his largely forgotten contribution to art - the discovery of photography. The film sets the record straight.... see Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe on IMDb|
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