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3 Photographers Who Captured The Undersides Of Life

hers-who-captured-the-undersides-of-life”>3 Photographers Who Captured The Undersides Of Life

We snap a selfie with the tap of a finger. We’re used to preserving smiling moments. At the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, there’s an exhibit right now which goes to darker places with a camera. The images in “Real Worlds” are from three major photographers, taken over half a century.

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Oscar-Winning Documentarian Barbara Kopple on Establishing Trust

Oscar-Winning Documentarian Barbara Kopple on Establishing Trust and Filming Life-or-Death Situations With over 40 directing and producing credits and two Oscars, Barbara Kopple has seen it all and lived to tell the tales. And she’s got plenty. It’s not an exaggeration to say that Barbara Kopple risked her life for her 1976 Academy Award-winning documentary feature, .       See larger image Harlan County, U.S.A. (The Criterion Collection) Filmmaker Barbara Kopple shows Kentucky coal miners brutally opposed in a 1973 strike. Oscar for best documentary. New From: $25.35 USD In...

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