Exibition on Screen celebrates the life and works of Hieronymus Bosch, the medieval painter whose curious masterpieces, five centuries later, have inspired creative geniuses such as John Lennon, Salvador Dali and George Lucas. The film was given privileged access to a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of Bosch’s work brought together from around the world to his hometown of Den Bosch in the Netherlands. Almost half a million people crowded to the exhibition to marvel at Bosch’s imagination but now video audiences can also enjoy a front row seat at his extraordinary homecoming. Expert insights from curators and leading cultural critics debate what may have inspired Bosch’s remarkable works. High-definition close-ups allow viewers to linger over details in paintings that include his legendary altarpieces, separated between museums over many years but brought back together for the exhibition. Beyond the exhibition, the film explores just who was Hieronymus Bosch and what was the world in which he lived?