Dennis Morris | GIANT Documentary

May 23 2014 . 07:54pm

n 1974, Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter Bob Marley met 16-year old photographer Dennis Morris and was immediately taken with him. Over the next 7 years, the two developed a friendship as Bob went on tour and Dennis captured some of the most iconic images of him at concerts, backstage, and between shows.

In this short documentary, Dennis tells the stories behind his famous photographs of Bob, what he learned from his work with him from 1974 to 1981, and his collaboration with contemporary artist Shepard Fairey.

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Dennis Morris
http://www.dennismorris.com

Bob Marley
http://www.bobmarley.com

Directed & Edited by
Ben Churchill
http://benchurchill.com

Produced by
Erik Stone

Music by
David Hlebo

Cinematography by
Ben Churchill
Jack Bilotta

A Television Four Studios Production
http://televisionfour.com

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Freedom Tunnel | The Chris Pape Documentary

August 30 2013 . 01:24am

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The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan documentary

January 24 2013 . 10:40pm

This is the trailer for the documentary The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan. Narrated by Henry Rollins. The world premiere will take place at 8pm on Saturday February 23, 2013 at the AFI Silver Theater located in Silver Spring Maryland.

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Cultural Vandalism | The Barnes Foundation

December 31 2010 . 08:16pm

 

 

An un-missable look at one of the art worlds most fascinating controversies and a celebrated selection of the Toronto, New York and AFI Film Festivals, Don Argotts gripping documentary THE ART OF THE STEAL chronicles the long and dramatic struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation, a private collection of art valued at more than $25 billion. In 1922, Dr. Albert C. Barnes formed a remarkable educational institution around his priceless collection of art, located just five miles outside of Philadelphia. Now, more than 50 years after Barnes death, a powerful group of moneyed interests have gone to court for control of the art, and intend to bring it to a new museum in Philadelphia. Standing in their way is a group of Barnes former students and his will, which contains strict instructions stating the Foundation should always be an educational institution, and that the paintings may never be removed. Will they succeed, or will a mans will be broken and one of Americas greatest cultural monuments be destroyed?

Watch this documentary! Find out more at: barnesfriends.org / savethebarnes.org

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Preview pics of what TSL ARMOR has going on

September 13 2009 . 10:20pm

TSL ARMOR has just began to release their new Miniature Line and is working on a short documentary with Willie T of GoodTimesMedia.

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