Street photography and “Finding Vivian Maier”

In Finance, Photography on January 25, 2011 at 9:32 pm

Last week I featured an article written by Nora O’Donnell for the Chicago Magazine. This week during one of my daily web explorations I stumbled upon iN-PUBLiC a website set up in 2000 for street photographers and fans where I found a recent item about the feature length documentary film project, Finding Vivian Maier. The  film unravels the discovery of Vivian Maier negatives purchased by John Maloof at a furniture and antique auction.  finding-vivian-maier-a-feature-length-documentary

After editing over 100,000 negatives John Maloof  is now working on producing a book, an exhibition and the film about Vivian Maier’s photography. Vivian Maier has the potential to become a female classic of the Henri Cartier-Bresson street photography era.  John Maloof and his colleague, Anthony Rydzon are now working with Kickstarter, the largest funding platform for creative projects in the world, to raise funds for the pre-production budget of the film.  This includes equipment, research, trips to conduct interviews and collect footage, editing costs for promotional trailer, and miscellaneous financing.

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