Cartier-Bresson movie, in Denver!!!

Discussion in 'Denver' started by VoidoidRamone, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. VoidoidRamone

    VoidoidRamone Subscriber

    Aug 5, 2004
    New York Cit
    Multi Format
    -I copied this into the regional thread, thought it made more sense...

    Looking at some of the films for the upcoming 'Starz Denver International Film Festival' I noticed that there is a new documentary on Henri Cartier-Bresson. It is entitled "Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye" Directed by Heinz Butler. Here is the summary for it...
    -"The incomparable still photos of Henri Cartier-Bresson, the man who virtualy invented photojournalism, have captured what this uniques artist called the "decisive moments" of the 20th century. Cartier-Bresson, who died earlier this year at age 95, captured on film everything from Gandhi's funeral to life's most ordinary moments. The subject of numerous exhibitions in the world's great museums, this icon of photography now takes center stage in a stunning documentary exploring his remarkable life and work."

    The US premier is here in Denver on Sat, Oct 23 at 6:15 and Sun, Oct 24 at 5:45. It is playing at the Starz Film Center I think. So, is anyone going? I hope I can make it, it sounds interesting. -Grant
  2. Cheryl Jacobs

    Cheryl Jacobs Member

    Jun 10, 2003
    Denver, Colo
    Medium Format
    Grant, sounds cool! I'm going to try to catch it, but no guarantees. My life is anything but sane and organized. Will let you know if I'm going to make it.

    - CJ