Hey filmgeeks! Check out @marinabrunofilms brand new GEAR VLOG where she goes through all new camera gear products that work perfect with the new Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K. ⛓🎥 All gear includes @lexarmemory, @whaletailproductions, @indipro_tools, @feiyutech & @rodemic. Watch the video now on our YouTube channel! 💾👉🏼 Link in bio
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1968_Sheykh Hoseynlu Village, Iran. Haji and his wige, hand in hand.along with their family
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#SedeFotoMéxico2019 Centro de las Artes Hidalgo ⠀
“Travesías: un holandés en Hidalgo”, de @bobschalkwijk, inaugura el 15 de noviembre a las 19 H.⠀
Selección del material fotográfico que produjo Schalkwijk en sus diferentes visitas al Valle del Mezquital y la Huasteca Hidalguense desde hace casi 60 años. Nos invita a acompañarlo en este viaje a lo largo de 100 fotografías. La muestra deja ver la vida de las distintas comunidades y su riqueza cultural, poniendo especial énfasis en las mujeres y su quéhacer cotidiano.⠀
📷Huasteca hidalguense: niña con cántaro, 1966 Bob Schalkwijk
#CineReview - #325 - 2019
(Watched on #RomaFF14 screening) When Bruce Chatwin was dying of AIDS, his friend Werner Herzog made a final visit. As a parting gift, Chatwin gave him his rucksack. Thirty years later, Herzog sets out on his own journey, inspired by Chatwin's passion for the nomadic life. Beyond the rather classical and not at all transcendental documentary form, besides the many discourses concerning Aboriginal culture, meladon skins, nomadic slides and their rituals, the central point of Herzog's doc is to tell his friendship with Bruce Chatwin (since they first met, during the behind the scenes of Cobra Verde until the last days), highlighting the artistic affinities of the two despite the different fields of reference, in their ability to take reality and make it mythical. It is a serene documentary, which lets itself be looked at, in which Herzog never talks about narcissism in telling himself and his works but rather uses himself to support his friend's audiovisual memory. And in this sense, it is touching the moment when, remembering it, Herzog allows himself a few tears, a moment of emotion, of lump in the throat, simply shivering.
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Surrey Stories from the Crescent book project. A collection of photographs of the neighbourhood and the people who made it. A 4 year project featuring hundreds of photographs I am looking forward to sharing in 2020. Will be available @theplazastoredotcom
In light of Homelessness Action Week, the Cinecenta Theatre at the University of Victoria will be screening the documentary film US AND THEM tonight at 7pm and 9pm. A panel discussion following the 7pm screening will take place featuring Oak Bay Mayor Kevin Murdoch, Moms Stop The Harm's Leslie McBain and SOLID's (Society of Living Illicit Drug Users) Dave Keeler. Filmmaker Krista Loughton will moderate.
Filmed over a decade, US AND THEM is a deeply visceral film about transformation through human connection and the lives of four chronically homeless people. This documentary is highly important in terms of shedding light on the homelessness epidemic that affects many communities around the province.
Homelessness Action Week is an annual week-long campaign in British Columbia which draws attention to homeless people's needs and how we, as fellow citizens, can respond to them. At a time when we are in the midst of both a housing and opioid crisis, looking at homelessness and addiction through a compassionate lens has never been more relevant.
See link in bio to get tickets.