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“Annie Liebovitz, Annie Liebovitz, Annie Liebovitz”

News date: 2010-05-17

“Annie Liebovitz, Annie Liebovitz, Annie Liebovitz”, they repeat in the first seconds of the film. Who? Hillary Clinton, Whoopi Goldberg, Mikhail Barishnikov, Keith Richards, George Clooney, Mick Jagger, Demi Moore, Yoko Ono, Anna Wintour... These are only some of the guests invited to appear in this film devoted to today’s most outstanding photographer. This documentary film about her life and work, made by her sister, Barbara, also tells of Annie’s first steps in the photography profession, and the development of her career from there. Annie is accompanied by her camera in her photography sessions with the stars, in her car, and in her home studio. It is an intimate glimpse into the life of an icon of contemporary photography, complemented with interviews with her co-workers and the subjects of her photographs. Annie Liebovitz – A Life through the Lens is a fascinating portrait of an artist whose works document so many cultural and social phenomenon of the latter half of the 20th century, in addition to the stars of the era.
This screening of Annie Liebovitz – A Life through the Lens will be preceded by another documentary film, presenting the work of Lotte Jacobi, an artist born into a family of photographers. Among Jacobi’s most famous portraits is the photograph of Lotte Lenya as Jenny in the premiere performance of Brecht’s Threepenny Opera, and the joint picture of Erik and Klaus Mann.

We welcome you today at 7:00 p.m. to the Manggha Japanese Museum of Art and Technology for screenings of Lotte Jacobi – A Film Portrait directed by Gary Samson, and Annie Liebovitz – A Life through the Lens by Barbara Liebovitz.
We also remind you that the post-competition Press Photo of the Year 2009 exhibit is still going on at the Stained-glass Museum on ul. Krasinskiego, under the patronage of Sigma ProCentrum and the SDP Press Photography Club. The exhibition will be on until May 30th 2010.

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