Tributes - Retrospectives - Cinema on cinema
| 115 minutes | 2018
For more than 40 years, Masayoshi Sukita photographed David Bowie, taking shots that are some of the most poignant and representative of the artist. He takes pictures as if he were playing an instrument, adapting instinctively to any project and condensing the energy of his models (Iggy Pop, Marc ‘T-Rex’ Bolan, and others) to always capture their best side. Celebrating his 80th birthday this year, it is high time to look at this unstoppable talent, both calm and kind, in a fascinating portrait filled with testimonials and anecdotes of collaborators and filmmakers, such as Jim Jarmusch, and stylists like Paul Smith. NORTH AMERICAN PREMIEREPresented by Film POP
SUKITA:The Shoot Must Go On (2018) 1st documerntary
The notion that a camera can capture a subject’s soul is explored through this story about a photographer and a film processor.This non-dialogue film is...
CANADA | 115 minutes | 2000
Shot when she was just 18, Barbara Rubin’s orgiastic Christmas on Earth (1964) shocked NYC's thriving underground film community. A mythical Zelig of the...
UNITED STATES | 115 minutes | 2018
Tears held suspended, and released.
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