Of all of the art created throughout human history, few pieces are as famous or as immediately recognizable as Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. Considered everything from a martyr or a madman to a genius or a layabout, the man’s work and the legends of his life are pieces of history we should all be aware of. Enter the upcoming film Loving Vincent. Produced by Poland’s BreakThru Films & UK’s Trademark Films, Loving Vincent tells the story of Vincent van Gogh through his works in a way that’s in line with what he said himself in his last letter: “We cannot speak other than by our paintings.” In order to make this possible, the team behind the film shot the entire thing and then brought in 125 professional oil painters that trained in the iconic artist’s style to paint each and every one of the 65,000 frames of the film. Those hand-painted oils were all strung together to create the world’s first oil painted feature film. Loving Vincent premieres in New York City and Los Angeles in late September before expanding to other US markets throughout October and November.