Christopher Nolan, Ken Loach and Mike Leigh Visit The Tate And Discuss The British Artists Who Have Shaped Their Work

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Well, here's something intriguing. Tate Britain - one of the world's leading art galleries and certainly the leading repository of British art in the world - has just re-opened following an extensive renovation and rejuvenation and to celebrate they've gathered a collection of artists from across several disciplines to talk about the British art masters who have informed their own work. And among them are filmmakers Christopher Nolan, Ken Loach and Mike Leigh. What do they have to say about things? Take a look in the gallery below to see ... and click here to visit the official Tate Britain website.

Christopher Nolan reveals how paintings by Francis Bacon inspired the Joker’s smeared make-up in The Dark Knight. Nolan talks about his longstanding fascination for Bacon’s work, and why, when words fail him, he turns to art to help shape his creative vision.

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