Marina Abramovic, called by some "the mother of performance art," says she's going to try filmmaking.
And Silver Lake-based renaissance man James Franco will be her subject.
"I think he’s the most interesting actor of the moment," she told Elle magazine Saturday at the Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica.
"He could just be another Hollywood actor and that’s it–like everyone else. But he’s crossing all kinds of borders and not always with great success. For him, process is more important than the result."
That would presumably include Franco's many advanced degrees and the band Daddy, which he rolled out this fall.
Elle reports that the film will give a "behind the scenes" look at Franco's life, which according to Abramovic involves very little sleep.
Will it also take us inside Franco's Silver Lake compound high in the hills above Ralph's on Glendale Boulevard?
Abramovic, who's also the subject of a new documentary and a restrospective at New York's Museum of Contemporary Art, has some work to finish before she starts rolling her cameras.
But we'll be looking for them.