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Our Collection Of Free Films On Photography
In this interview with photographer William Klein, we see a first-ever glimpse behind the scenes at his Paris studio.
Acclaimed documentary photographer Susan Meiselas reveals how her iconic image ‘Molotov Man’ cemented a place in history.
Watch this video of Cindy Sherman as she describes the arc of her career and her breakthrough work, the ‘Complete Untitled Film Stills’.
See behind the scenes of David Yarrow’s Hitchcock Series as he recreates scenes from the classic movies, North by Worth West and The Birds.
A personal insight into the 30 year photojournalistic and artistic career of Alex Webb, as he takes us through his ‘Suffering of light’ exhibition.
A touching, intimate and poignant film, which chronicles a road trip by three generations of Meyerowitz men.
From Jimmy Nelson’s two and a half year quest to document the variety and importance of what is left of indigenous culture.
Bloomberg take Steve McCurry on the Singapore Flyer to discuss his illustrious career.
Nick Knight talks lighting techniques, focusing on how to repurpose an old, clunky theatre spotlight for the studio.
Sebastião Salgado speaks about his career, favourite projects and the personal meaning behind his work.
David Bailey transformed celebrity and fashion photography, becoming a celebrity himself.
Listen to the brilliant Japanese photographer and contemporary artist talk about his creative path.
The Supermodel Photographer: a documentary about the life and success of the late German photographer.
A Master at work: journey with Sir Don McCullin around the streets of Kolkata.
The Jeu de Paume presents the first retrospective in twenty-five years of the great American photographer.
A Visual Life: interviews with Lange, movies about her life, and several biographies.
Watch William Eggleston, a documentary photographer at work in his hometown of Memphis.
The Life and works of Gordon Parks, a renaissance artist photographer.
When Edward Weston met Charis Wilson, they changed the history of photography and each other.
Steve McCurry on his quest of shooting the last roll of Kodak Kodachrome film ever made.
Winner of Travel Photographer of the Year, Philip Lee Harvey talks about his 20 year photographic journey.
Chris Ryan interviews the expedition and polar photographer Martin Hartley.
Magnum photographer Harry Gruyaert reflects on a 40 year career behind the camera.
Chris Ryan interviews the fine-art photographer, Julia Fullerton-Batten.
Chris Ryan interviews our very own Master of Photography, David Yarrow.
Part 2 of the interview with fine art and wildlife photographer, David Yarrow.
Chris Ryan interviews the underwater photographer, Ali Bin Thalith.
Photojournalist Adam Hinton captures how, under extreme conditions, communities survive and try to live.
The Magnum photographer shares the stories behind his iconic photographs of film celebrities in the 1960’s.
The Eloquent Eye: Making photography an accepted art form and advocating for the Modernist movement.
The Man Who Shot the Sixties: A documentary on the man who captured the 60’s spirit in Britain.
The Decisive Moment: Featuring the iconic work of Cartier-Bresson with commentary from the man himself.
A documentary on the life on Diane Arbus including her daughter’s perspective of the great photographer.
Covers Khan’s “The Archives of the Planet”, a project aimed at building a photographic record of the entire planet. (French)
Darkness and Light: A documentary on one of America’s most influential fashion photographers.
Erwitt presents classic black and white photographs with his famously dry wit and matter-of-fact commentary.
8mm film footage showing Irving Penn at work in his portable studio on location in Morocco.
Walk the streets of Paris with Andre Kertész as he about his process and the reasoning behind his shots.
René Burri, the reluctant photographer, walks us through through six of his most notable pieces.
Interview with the influential Robert Frank, Guggenheim Fellow and the mind behind ‘The Americans’.