Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry – Press from Sundance and other film festivals

* LA Times (great review), “Sundance 2012: Ai Weiwei screening becomes a political event

“In one of the film’s numerous scenes of defiance, Ai describes his motivation for his art and his statements. “If you don’t publicize it, it’s like it never happened,” he said.”

*  Chicago Tribune, “Another side of Ai Weiwei shown in Sundance film

* New York Times, Alison Klayman (with video), “Ai Weiwei: The Evolution of a Dissident

* Reuters, “Another side of Ai Weiwei shown in Sundance film

* WSJ, “Ten Hot Sundance Documentaries to Watch

* Salt Lake Tribune, “Sundance review: “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

Jan 29, 2012 update: THR, “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry: Sundance Film Review

Variety review, “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

Wired.com, “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry Documents Artist’s Social Media Dissent

Feb 14, 2012 update: The Guardian, “Berlin 2012: Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry – review

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Here is an Ai Weiwei quote I love,

“Q: Do you ever examine  yourself to say, why is that you are so fearless compared to other people?
Ai WeiWei Answer: I was so fearful, that’s not fearless. I am more fearful than other people, may be, then I act more brave because I know the danger is really there. If you don’t act, the dangers become stronger.” – Ai WeiWeiin PBS Frontline video “Who is afraid of Ai Weiwei?” (time code: ~17:25)

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