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Former President Jimmy Carter gave his fellow airplane passengers a memorable experience last week, taking the time to shake hands with everyone on his flight from Atlanta to Washington, D.C.
Footage from the flight on Thursday shared on Twitter by James Parker Sheffield showed Carter making his way down the aisle with a smile on his face as he said hello to other travelers.
“Jimmy Carter is on my plane to DC from Atl and just shook every hand of every passenger,” he captioned the video.
Sheffield tells People that it was “nice to have a warm and humble moment connected to politics, »
- Stephanie Petit
Documentarian Errol Morris has something of an obsession with cameras, both as a tool of his trade and as a subject for his work. His 2010 documentary Tabloid derived much of its power from the lurid draw of the captured image, while 2008’s Standard Operating Procedure explored the Abu Ghraib prison scandal through the lens of the guards’ bizarre drive to photograph their abuses. Now, Morris is exploring the sweeter, more nostalgic side of snapping photos, releasing a trailer for his latest doc, The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography.
Massachusetts-based Dorfman has spent nearly 50 years working as a photographer, capturing families, friends, and a number of influential Beat generation figures on her distinctive large-format Polaroid film—which has since been discontinued by the company, forcing Dorfman to delicately ration her remaining stock. The trailer shows Dorfman leading Morris’ own camera through decades of work, reflecting on her ...
- William Hughes
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