2016, 103m, DCP, U.S.

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Screened October 26, 2019

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A visual diary composed of decades of personal archival footage, Cameraperson gives the audience an unprecedented view into the life of a cinematographer. Past the surface level synopsis, however, this film asks the viewer what it means to view and observe the world in a meaningful way, and what it means to be human by following veteran director of photography, Kirsten Johnson, around the world. Not your average documentary, Cameraperson is visceral, universal, and breathtaking. You will walk away with a refreshed perception of the world. A critical darling, Cameraperson debuted at Sundance to a wide acclaim, and went on to garner numerous awards and nominations, including the top prize at Sheffield Doc Fest.

Preceded by

Veslemøy’s Song
Sofia Bohdanowicz,  2018, 9m, DCP, Canada

Veslemøy’s Song is a 2018 Canadian dramatic short film directed by Sofia Bohdanowicz. A continuation of her 2016 film Never Eat Alone, the film stars Deragh Campbell as Audrey Benac, a young woman attempting to research and recover the history of a largely forgotten female violinist and composer who had taught Audrey’s grandfather. The film premiered at the Locarno Film Festival on August 7, 2018. It screened at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, and was named by the festival to its annual year-end Canada’s Top Ten list.

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A film by Kirsten Johnson