This weekend you’ve got a variety of entertainment options, from the excellent summer blockbuster “Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes” (review here), and of course, the final two matches of the World Cup. And after all that, if you’re still looking for something to feed your eyes and brain, this may do the trick.
Boing Boing has pointed us to Ric Burns‘ extensive 1996 “American Masters” effort “Andy Warhol: A Documentary.” As you might guess, it’s an extensive and in-depth look at the Pop Art icon, featuring an array of diverse faces, including Bob Dylan, Dennis Hopper, Jeff Koons and more, with Warhol friend Laurie Anderson narrating the whole thing. We know school’s out, but this might be a good way to keep those brain cells from atrophy before the bell rings in September. Give it a watch below.