Cameraperson 2016 M

7.45PM Wed 10 Jan 2018 (1hr 42mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free

SYNOPSIS

As a documentary cinematographer, Kirsten Johnson has travelled the world extensively and gathered together a visual archive that witnesses key moments of social and cultural discontent. Cameraperson is a powerful memoir that brings together 25 years of documentary filmmaking, with Johnson repurposing outtakes and unused footage shot for other directors and creating a decidedly moving overview of her career and travels. Without narration, the film offers an almost diary-like collage of scenes – what Johnson describes in the opening titles as 'the images that have marked me'.

CREDITS

DCP, 1.78:1, COLOUR, STEREO, 102 MINUTES, UNITED STATES, ENGLISH/BOSNIAN/ARABIC (ENGLISH SUBTITLES) / DIRECTOR/CINEMATOGRAPHER: KIRSTEN JOHNSON / SCRIPT: DORIS BAIZLEY, LISA FREEDMAN / EDITOR: NELS BANGERTER, AMANDA LAWS / CAST: KIRSTEN JOHNSON, ROGER PHOENIX / PRODUCTION CO: BIG MOUTH PRODUCTIONS, FORK FILMS / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: MADMAN ENTERTAINMENT