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Visionaries: Inside the Creative Mind is a documentary style series that follows creative persons in their daily activities. Spotlighted guests include: Annie Liebovitz, Tom Ford and James Cameron. Each episode provides an in depth look into how the creative process is accomplished by the individual to produce a unique body of work. A fresh look into the personalities' working style in never before seen footage provides viewers with an inside view into the individual's creative process.

Visionaries: Inside the Creative Mind is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (5 episodes). The series first aired on October 16, 2011. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.5.

Visionaries: Inside the Creative Mind is available for streaming on the OWN website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Visionaries: Inside the Creative Mind on demand at Amazon, OWN online.

Sunday 10:00 PM et/pt on OWN
1 Season, 5 Episodes
October 16, 2011
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Marisa Berenson, Beyoncé, James Cameron, Grace Coddington
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Visionaries: Inside the Creative Mind Full Episode Guide

  • Designated a Living Legend by the Library of Congress, renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz reveals her creative passion and drive for perfection while photographing the world's biggest celebrities and creating a groundbreaking photo collection.

  • Inside the Creative Mind of musician, songwriter, singer, producer, and Black Eyed Peas frontman

  • Whether propelling filmmaking to new frontiers with movies like Titanic and Avatar, or exploring the oceans mysterious secrets, James Cameron offers viewers a never-before-seen look at his remarkable career as a writer, director, producer, and innovator.

  • Fashion designer Tom Ford takes viewers on an all-access as he prepares to unveil his first womenswear collection after a five-year hiatus.

  • Follow Tyler Perry as he tours the U.S. with his play "Madea's Big Happy Family." He also produces two films and is seen recharging his batteries during downtime.