For seventy years, the photojournalists of Magnum have observed the world of cinema as they would any conflict, social issue or country on the map. It was out of love for the actress Ingrid...
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A look at 50 years of the iconic magazine features interviews with and footage of journalists, photographers and performers who have graced its pages since it was launched by publisher Jann Wenner in 1967. In 2 parts.
Few recording studios in the world can claim to have hosted the simply incredible list of musicians that found their way into Berlin's Hansa Studios, standing virtually alone in the wasteland, metres from the Berlin Wall.
For the first time one of Hollywood's greatest stars tells his own story, in his own words. From a childhood of poverty to global fame, Cary Grant, the ultimate self-made star, explores his own screen image and what it took to create it.
For seventy years, the photojournalists of Magnum have observed the world of cinema as they would any conflict, social issue or country on the map. It was out of love for the actress Ingrid Bergman that Robert Capa took Magnum's very first photo of cinema, on the set of Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious, inaugurating the relationship between the agency and the world of films. Using original, unseen stories and interviews, Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum retraces this relationship over 70 years. It is a confrontation of two seemingly opposite worlds : fiction and reality, and a unique look behind the scenes of cinema in the making.Written by
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