How Andy Warhol, with a little help from Truman Capote, invented celebrity culture.
By Sarah Wooley
"Making money is art, and working is art and good business is the best art." - Andy Warhol
Set in New York in the heady days of Studio 54, in the late 1970s and early 80s, "Fifteen Minutes" looks at the later period in Andy Warhol's life when he was painting portraits to commission and running 'Interview' magazine. Young editor, Bob Colacello has the bright idea of hiring the ageing Truman Capote to do celebrity interviews. In exchange for his monthly column, Capote would be gifted a portrait. And so began one of the most complicated and explosive of collaborations.
A BBC Scotland production directed by Gaynor Macfarlane.