Nothing Left Unsaid

Director
Liz Garbus
Producer
Liz Garbus, Karen Sim
Year
2016
Grand Jury Prize Knight Documentary Competition (Nominated)

Born into a family of great wealth and notoriety, Gloria Vanderbilt lived in the public eye for more than 90 years. This film uncovers the story of the woman behind the name, her loves and losses, and how patterns in life repeat in the most unexpected ways.

Intertwining archival footage and previously unseen home videos spanning eight decades with present-day scenes, the film paints an intimate portrait of one of America’s most fascinating families. Cooper and Vanderbilt tell the story of their past and present, losses and loves, and show how, in life, patterns repeat themselves in the most unexpected ways. Drawing on Gloria Vanderbilt’s private archive of letters, home movies, photos and artwork created by her over the years, as well as vintage news footage and newspaper clippings, Nothing Left Unsaid is a journey through a life like no other. 

“I learned a lot about myself and my mom from the making of this film and I think my mom did as well.”

Anderson Cooper, Subject & Executive Producer
Gloria Vanderbilt and Anderson Cooper, sorting through family hurt and history
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At Home With Gloria Vanderbilt
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‘Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper’ Review
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