A selection of articles related to celluloid photography.
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- The Life Of Forgotten Feminist Artist Ana Mendieta, As Told By Her Sister
- Like her more recognized performances and photographs, Ana's films are characterized by a haunting combination of presence and absence, manifested in scratches on the emulsion of celluloid film or filmed reactions to blood poured onto an unassuming ...
- A migrant's tale
- Like all celluloid, these photos are slightly tarnished, out of focus; double exposed but became the source for documenting and re-visiting my family settled in England.
- Daisy Ridley's 'Eagle Huntress' Picked up by Celluloid Dreams
- Celluloid Dreams has picked up international sales rights to “The Eagle Huntress,” the hit Sundance documentary exec produced by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” star Daisy Ridley and Morgan Spurlock. Paris-based Celluloid will represent global rights ...
- American Dreamer: Dennis Hopper's wildest days, in photographs
- In a 2010 retrospective of his career, The Washington Post called Easy Rider “a movie that would redefine film on nearly every level,” praising it as “a cinematic symbol of the 1960s, a celluloid anthem to freedom, macho bravado and anti-establishment ...
- Film's cinema comeback is driven by nostalgia, not logic
- When Kodak declared bankruptcy and Fujifilm halted film stock production, things looked grim for celluloid. Shooting was going digital, and new cameras from Red, ...
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