• Shadows on Film

    Fred Herzog

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    Saul Leiter

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    William Eggleston

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    Mary Ellen Mark

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Miyoko Ihara

Five For Friday #81

“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” – Roald Dahl Ever since Miyoko Ihara’s grandmother, Misao, found an odd-eyed kitten in her shed over nine years ago, the two have been inseparable. […]

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Record/Play: Jesse Atlas

“War, fate, and a broken walkman transcend space and time in this sci-fi love story.” That’s how filmmaker Jesse Atlas describes his latest short film, Record/Play. While the description intrigued me, I wasn’t prepared for how viscerally this ten minute film would affect me. Beautifully shot and told with an intensity that belies its running length, this is […]

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Like A Rogue Species: Edward Burtynsky

In a recent interview with the New York Times, Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky was discussing his work and the exponential proliferation of humans since the 1950s that makes it possible. “That’s literally a billion in every decade,” he says, “so I started recognizing that human enterprise was expanding like a rogue species.” The impact of […]

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