The works of Andy Warhol still evoke a reaction more than 40 years after they were created. His works are some of the best known by American artists, and his influence continues to this day. The Pop Art movement began with his bold images that mocked the mass media in America, and those images still resonate. In this 31-minute film, students can learn more about Warhol, his Ten Lizes, Pop Art and the celebrities that Warhol was both fascinated with and indifferent to. Students can find out about his message of mass production and how it was changing the way Americans saw both people and objects. View a preview clip.