Tub Girls
A Film By Andy Warhol

This website is dedicated to the memory of the Andy Warhol film "Tub Girls" as well as everyone and everything related to Warhol. His unique style and eagerness to embrace emerging new mediums such as video and computers impacted how the world determined what qualifies as art.

Released in 1967, "Tub Girls" was one of many films created by Warhol with the help of his filmmaking assistant Paul Morrissey. Almost never screened and rarely referenced, this nearly forgotten piece of video art remains an obscure unseen secret, even to most Warhol fans and film buffs.

The film starred Viva, who was not only an actress but also a video artist. Her work includes video diaries in which she visually chronicled such intimate and life altering events as the birth of her first child.

Another cast member was factory regular Brigid Berlin who took on the moniker of Brigid Polk due to of her fondness for injecting herself and others with amphetamines. She appeared in many of Warhol's films and in the year 2000 starred in a documentary titled "Pie in the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story" which can currently be viewed at Hulu.com in its entirety.

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