Full Trailer for 'Harry Benson: Shoot First' About Famed Photographer
"If I don't take a photograph, I've made a terrible mistake." Magnolia Pictures has debuted a trailer for a documentary titled Harry Benson: Shoot First, about the life and work of famed photographer Harry Benson. He gained notoriety in the 60s when he was assigned to shoot The Beatles during their inaugural trip to the United States in 1964. He has since gone on to photograph many famous musicians, politicians, and celebrities, and is still working today at age 86. There have been some superb docs about photographers recently (The Salt of the Earth, Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures, Smash His Camera, Finding Vivian Maier are the best of the bunch) and this looks like yet another fantastic profile of a talented artist. Enjoy.
Here's a trailer (+ poster) for Justin Bare & Matthew Miele's doc Harry Benson: Shoot First, on Apple:
Harry Benson: Shoot First charts the illustrious career of the renowned photographer who initially rose to fame alongside The Beatles, having been assigned to cover their inaugural trip to the United States in 1964. With unprecedented “behind the scenes” access, Benson captured some of the most vibrant and intimate portraits ever taken of the most popular band in history. His extensive portfolio includes iconic images of Winston Churchill, Bobby Fischer, Muhammad Ali, Greta Garbo, Michael Jackson, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Robert F. Kennedy assassination, and his work has appeared in publications including Life, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker. Now 86, workaholic Benson has no intention of stopping. Harry Benson: Shoot First is co-directed by Justin Bare & Matthew Miele (Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's). It premieres at the Tallgrass Film Festival this month. Magnolia releases the doc starting December 9th.
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Looks great. // I thought it was going to be another badass Michael Caine movie where he kills a bunch of hooligans.
DAVIDPD on Oct 14, 2016
That must some life story ...
shiboleth on Oct 15, 2016
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