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Director DENIS DELESTRAC (Spain 2021) 90 min
From monsoons in India to civil wars in Afghanistan, famed photographer Steve McCurry has captured both human suffering and the capacity for hope through his photographs for decades. Likely best known for the undiluted photo of the Afghan Girl in a refugee camp that took the world by storm, the documentary reveals a more complete portrait of the man behind the camera. From a childhood rocked by loss and injury to his solitary years as a photographer in some of the world’s biggest conflicts, McCurry continues to pursue “color” in his life today— years into a storied but often isolating career. Through his own narration and photos from his vast and varied archive, McCurry shares ruminations on life, photography, and legacy. A touching and bracing look at an enigmatic and occasionally controversial photographer, whose appreciation for life shines through in the footage as he travels across the globe continuously yielding gripping photographs.
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DENIS DELESTRAC (1968, France) is one of Europe’s most acclaimed non-fiction directors, having won over forty international awards including a Gold Panda, two Greenpeace Prizes, and a Canadian Academy Award. Among his numerous films and series screened on television and in cinemas worldwide, are acclaimed documentaries; Pax Americana (2009), Sand Wars (2013), and Freightened (2016). His latest projects include The Shadow of Gold (2019) and McCurry: The Pursuit of Color (2021), about legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry. In 2017, Denis opened his own production company, Intrepido Films, based in Barcelona.
|RUNNING TIME:||90 min|
|PRODUCERS:||Marieke Van Der Bersselaar, Carles Brugueras, Denis Delestrac
Executive Producers: Marieke Van Der Bersselaar, Carles Brugueras
|CINEMATOGRAPHER:||Jordi Esgleas Marroi|
|EDITORS:||Guillermo Cobo, Luis de la Madrid, David Fairhead|
|NOTE WRITER:||Analyssa Lopez|