Andy Warhol's family members have taken to Kickstarter to raise funds to make a one of kind documentary about the iconic pop artist, told exclusively through the perspective of the Warhola family. Helmed by Warhol's great-neice, filmmaker, Abby Warhola (who uses the family's real name) and her partner Jesse Best, the pair promise to deliver a never-before-seen insight to the life of Andy Warhol that is set apart from the many existing documentaries about the late-great artist

Delving into the family archives for private footage of Warhol, relaxed in his home environment, the Kickstarter trailer (above) provides a teaser for the sort of archival gems that could form the feature documentary if the required $175,000 is raised. The anecdotal interviews with relatives portray Warhol as a family man:  

"Andy Warhol was a family man. Although he left Pittsburgh within weeks of graduating from Carnegie Tech, he stayed in close contact with his brothers and their children via weekly phone calls and their regular visits to see him in his new home of New York City," Eric Shiner, director of The Andy Warhol Museum, said in a press release. "This film will expose a side of Warhol very few people have ever seen, and I know it will shed new light on Uncle Andy."