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From St. Louis, I am inspired by W. Eugene Smith and Ansel Adams. My style falls somewhere between the two: story telling in a jagged landscape. In a world where people are capturing images by the billions, I hope to make photos that transport to a singular time and place. The Kodak Brownie, the Leica II, and the iPhone all changed how photos were made.

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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO. 2012-2013. Produced in North and South Kivu. Film stills from The Enclave by Richard Mosse. [5/13]

The Irish photographer filmed strange footage of the country using a special surveillance film once used by the military. Picking up invisible infra-red rays given off by plant life, the film makes any greenery show up in ‘bubblegum’ pink, meaning guerilla soldiers could be spotted among the leaves.

Civil war has been happening in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo for many years. Since 1998, the nation has seen 5.4 million war-related deaths.

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Svalbard in the Arctic spends many months of the year in complete darkness, an unrelenting frozen winter with temperatures down to -40 Celsius. But when the sun finally reappears, the landscape magically transforms from an ice world into a rich tundra, full of exotic plants, birds, arctic foxes, polar bears, walrus and reindeer. This film captures the changes in all their glory and reveals how this transformation is only possible thanks to some bizarre micro-organisms that feed on ice and the stunning abilities of migrating birds. Narrated by Domhnall Gleeson.

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Derrida (2002) - Documentary about Jacques Derrida

The video is here.

Derrida with Marguerite, Derrida calling, Derrida haircutting…

Cast : Jacques Derrida, Marguerite Derrida, René Derrida, René Major, Chantal Major, Avital Ronell, Eddie Yeghiayan

Directed by Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering

Produced by Gil Kofman, Amy Ziering

Music by Ryuichi Sakamoto

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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO. 2012-2013. Produced in North and South Kivu. Film stills from The Enclave by Richard Mosse. [4/13]

The Irish photographer filmed strange footage of the country using a special surveillance film once used by the military. Picking up invisible infra-red rays given off by plant life, the film makes any greenery show up in ‘bubblegum’ pink, meaning guerilla soldiers could be spotted among the leaves.

Civil war has been happening in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo for many years. Since 1998, the nation has seen 5.4 million war-related deaths.

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NDN’s on the Airwaves

2Ro Media is working on a new documentary about the history of Native Radio – the first film will be a short doc focusing on CKRZ on Six Nations Territory. This is the Sizzle Reel.

2Ro Media is Janet Rogers and Jackson 2bears (2015).

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These Photos Make America Look Like One Big, Weird Town

The United States may be immense and immensely diverse, but in Carl Corey’s ongoing series, “Americaville,” disparate pockets of the country seem to coalesce around the same bizarre aesthetic, like they’re neighborhoods in one big, weird town.

“I like that what I see in New York in a strange way has a connection to the same thing in Wisconsin. It’s just a different artifact,” Corey said.

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