Here is a title that needs to be better known and have a wider audience.
Loving Vincent / Dorota Kobiela & Hugh Welchman (2017). Vincent Van Gogh would rise early and leave for a site to paint. He would stay all day at the site then come home and sit up late writing long letters to his brother, Theo. His salutation was often, “With a warm handshake, loving Vincent.” According to this film, Vincent’s last letter before his death was never mailed. The landlord at the inn where Vincent died, held on to it for two years before turning it over to a friend of Vincent’s, the postmaster Joseph Roulin (Chris O’Dowd). Roulin turned the task of delivering the letter to his son. Armand (Douglas Booth). Armand rebels at first, but after arriving at the French village where Van Gogh last lived, he becomes obsessed with how the painter died.
All of this would be interesting enough, but the story is presented in rotoscope animation and then each frame hand painted in Van Gogh style, based on the master’s real life paintings of the scenes and people. This is a must-see for lovers of Van Gogh’s art.