Acclaimed photographer Lynn Davis, and Director of Yale University’s Climate Change Communication Project, Tony Leiserowitz are at the centre of new documentary Meltdown.
Directed by Fredric Golding and focused on the extraordinary convergence of art and science, Meltdown promises perspectives on the world’s most pressing issue, Climate Change.
First and foremost, I’m in for the breathtaking footage of the icebergs. My plan being to take in all the visuals before it all melts away. And especially because going to cold climates has never been my favourite type of tourism.
Imagine photographing a Polar Bear underwater while swimming alongside it. It’s easier to picture when you learn that the person who wants to do this is world renowned wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum.
This is in fact Nachoum’s one remaining photographic dream, and Picture of HisLife is the story of his journey to make it come true.
Written/directed by Dani Menkin and Yonatan Nir; additional key cast includes Adam Ravetch and Howard Rosenstein.
I’m absolutely in for the photos, and of course the story of a passion that resulted in a lifelong commitment to the ocean, and little else.
Jay Myself is a documentary about renowned photographer Jay Maisel. In February 2015, Maisel had to sell his thirty six thousand square foot New York city home and move.
Filmmaker and Maisel’s protégé Stephen Wilkes captured the move and through Jay Myself, he shares the photographer’s life as an artist, mentor, and man grappling with time, life, change, and the end of an era in New York City…
I’m interested because I love a perfectly arresting image. The kind that makes everything else around disappear and there’s just one and the art.
Something tells me that I may find a bunch of arresting images in this film. I mean, I’d never heard of Maisel until this trailer but he is a ‘renowned photographer’ after all – and the blue image above is gorgeous.
Featuring Alec baldwin, Sharon Stone and Benson himself, Harry Benson – Shoot First is a new documentary about the renowned photographer and his works…
Film is absolutely my favourite thing and I’m not sure that it’s possible to love movies without a healthy love and appreciation for photography. Spending hours just looking at arresting images is close to heaven for me. So I’m curious about Benson’s approach to photography as well as the artist behind the photos. But even more than all that, my commitment to this experience is mostly about the promise of a very impressive visual feast.