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Duaneland

Director(s): Joe Seamans, Stephen Seliy

Theatrical Release: 2004

Cast: Duane Michals

Genre(s): Documentary, art, Pittsburgh, Dean's List

Countries: USA


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Running Time: 65m.

For the first time, the artistic process of one of the world's foremost artists, McKeesport native Duane Michals, is captured on film. Michals is known for his narrative, sequential photography as well as his commercial work, including the cover art for The Police's Synchronicity album, Life magazine covers, and fashion spreads for Vogue magazine. Mostly self-taught, hes revered throughout the world of art photography. For this documentary Michals was asked to talk about his memories, his history, his work, his life and philosophy. He enthusiastically agreed. The first interview was recorded in May 2003 and the focus soon centered on a new book, The House I Once Called Home, a work that Michals calls a photographic memoir. The film highlights yet another of the dynamic, creative, and successful talents who was born and nurtured in the Pittsburgh region. (3rff.com)
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