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An animated short film depicting the life of Edie Sedgwick, star of Andy Warhol’s films. The film, however, is not about Edie’s relationship with Warhol, but the relationship with her abusive father. Her difficult childhood has cast a shadow on her adult life, soaked in alcohol and filled with drugs.

Mazda Isphahan, a talented animation and performance artist from Kraków, Poland, has made an Instagram splash with her uncanny resemblance to Edie Sedgwick, the tragic icon from Warhol’s Factory days. She has recently made an animated film about Edie and monitors a Facebook forum devoted to the one-time Warhol star. Amy Haben spoke with Mazda Isphahan for PKM.

KINGA SYREK is a 26-year-old Polish multimedia artist, based in Krakow. Her 2021 filmed short - 'Too Late' – is a biographical essay in animated silhouette, based upon the life of artist, model and 'Warhol Superstar' Edie Sedgwick. (1943 – 71). Utilising recordings of Sedgwick's voice, and with sound assistance by Robert Magouleff (who directed Sedgwick in her final film, 'Ciao! Manhattan' in 1971) 'Too Late' is currently cleaning up awards and prize nominations around Europe and the USA.