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The journey of A SINGLE FRAME weaves an exploration of the impact of photography from both sides of the shutter. The fascinating post-war culture of Kosovo serves as backdrop.

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Alexandra Boulat ...
Herself (archiveFootage)
Gracie Bowden ...
Herself
Jeff Bowden ...
Himself
Wade Goddard ...
Himself
Dukajin Gorani ...
Himself
Ron Haviv ...
Himself
Gary Knight ...
Himself
Visar Kryeziu ...
Himself
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Daran Selimaj ...
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Birol Urcan ...
Himself

Directed by

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Brandon Dickerson

Produced by

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Jeff Bowden ... producer
Kristi Frazier ... associate producer
George Sledge ... co-producer
Ginger Sledge ... producer
Laura D. Smith-Ireland ... producer (as Laura D. Smith)

Cinematography by

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Jacob Hamilton
Ben Pearson

Film Editing by

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Sandra Adair
May Kuckro

Editorial Department

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Parke Gregg ... digital intermediate editor
David Rosenblatt ... additional editor
Mike Saenz ... additional editor
Nina Vizcarrondo ... additional editor

Sound Department

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Evan Dunivan ... sound editor
Miles Foster-Greenwood ... sound editor
Tom Hammond ... re-recording mixer / sound mixer
Michael Mattioli ... sound recordist
Derrick Mitchell ... sound recordist
Korey Pereira ... sound editor

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Clint Beckwith ... visual effects artist
Chapman Bullock ... main title design
Nick Smith ... visual effects artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mason Dickerson ... additional cinematography
Jeremy Rodgers ... additional cinematography

Music Department

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Lilah Obregon-Wilson ... music supervisor (as Lilah Wilson)

Other crew

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Mary Ann Clark ... production coordinator
Susanne Mason ... archive research
Amy E. Mitchell ... production legal

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Plot Summary

While on a trip in Dubrovnik, Jeff Bowden is emotionally affected by a photograph of a distressed boy taken during the 1998 Balkan conflict. The image, taken by French photojournalist Alexandra Boulat, was part of an exhibit in Kosovo. Driven by the haunting image and the fact Boulat died soon after first seeing the photo, Bowden sets out to learn more about the story behind the photo by meeting those who knew Boulat best. His obsession leads him to Kosovo where he hires a war fixer to help find out what happened to the refugee boy. The journey of A SINGLE FRAME weaves an exploration of the impact of photography from both sides of the shutter. The fascinating post-war culture of Kosovo serves as backdrop.

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  • A Single Frame (United States)
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  • 73 min
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