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Cameraperson (2016) — Dir. Kirsten Johnson

2016, 102 minutes © Cameraperson (2016) dir. Kirsten Johnson / Fork Films

A poetic and philosophic collage of encounters across the world and throughout the years, and an amazing reflection on the ethics of documentary filmmaking, and the tension between objectivity and storytelling.
Through a series of episodic juxtapositions, Kirsten Johnson—a cinematographer with credits including the Academy Award winner Citizenfour (2014) by Laura Poitras—brings us to the forefront of her worldly adventures, drip-feeding the audience information in installments, that take on new meanings as the film progresses.

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A documentary addict of sorts currently serving as Managing Director of the SEDPA (Syndicat des Entreprises de Distribution de Programmes Audiovisuels), an organization representing the moral and financial interests of French audiovisual distributors, in France and in Europe.

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