Occasionally like some sofa and blanket, now that the cold is coming. But you turn on the TV and there’s nothing good … today just turn into channel xmovies8 because we bring you a selection of documentaries and movies that will appeal to any photographer safe, ideal to relax for a while or even learn from other photographers.
FINDING VIVIAN MAIER – 2013
A documentary about the late Vivian Maier, a nanny whose 100,000 hitherto unknown photographs earned him a posthumous reputation as one of the best photographers of the street.
PORTRAITS OF AN OBSESSION (ONE HOUR PHOTO) – 2002
Sy (Robin Williams) works as a clerk in a store quick photo processing in a department store. It is a solitary, quiet and responsive with a single defect man needs a family that love and care. Now finally he has been found … and willing to do whatever it takes to keep it as he likes.
HIGH ART – 1998
Lucy Berliner is a veteran photographer who has lost prestige because of the drugs and his stormy relationship with Greta, an ex German actress hooked on heroin. But unexpectedly he meets Syd, a young girl working in a prestigious photography magazine and aims to achieve success. They get together move forward with a project that will strengthen his relationship beyond the professional.
REAR WINDOW (REAR WINDOW) – 1954
A photojournalist (Stewart) is forced to remain at rest with a leg cast. Despite the company of his girlfriend (Kelly) and his nurse (Ritter), tries to escape the tedium watching from the window of his apartment with binoculars what happens in the houses opposite. Due to a series of strange circumstances it begins to suspect a neighbor whose wife has disappeared.
BLINDED BY DESIRE (CLOSER) – 2004
Julia Roberts plays a photographer who becomes entangled in a love triangle with the characters played by Jude Law and Clive Owen. Although the film shows only the photographic side, the film itself is beautifully done and gives an accurate description of the photographic process.
PECKER – 1998
Pecker (Furlong) is a 18 year old amateur photographer whose work one art dealer in New York is set. An exhibition will launch to fame, but will also create many problems with family and friends.
BLOW-UP – 1966
Adaptation of a story by Julio Cortazar tells the story of a photographer who, after making some shots in a London park, discovers reveal an unrecognizable form that turns out to be a corpse. Premiered at the Cannes Film Festival with the Palme d’Or.
PROOF (PROOF) – 1991
Martin takes guided by perceptions and descriptions of the other pictures. Martin is blind and with this rare practice for a blind person, it proves that the world is really how others describe it. Despite his arrogant and self-sufficient character, Martin needs care Celia, an attractive woman who loves him for some time and who maintains a sadistic relationship. The arrival of Andy, a burly and lonely dish washer a restaurant to the life of Martin, makes these characters are involved in a triangle of relations which in turn abused and love each other.
A THOUSAND TIMES GOOD NIGHT (1000 TIMES GOOD NIGHT) – 2014
Although currently only available in the US, in Spain we can find in pre-book on Amazon , and sent from 21 January 2015.
UNDER FIRE (UNDER FIRE) – 1983
Central eighties. Three American journalists are going to Nicaragua, where the Sandinista guerrillas is about to overthrow the dictator Somoza, although with the help of the CIA. Russell Price (Nick Nolte) is a photographer that radio journalist Claire (Joanna Cassidy) pressured to engage in the revolution. In a similar situation is another professional colleague (Gene Hackman).