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  • Date: 7-10-2014, 00:15
7-10-2014, 00:15

Paul Strand - Under The Dark Cloth (1989)

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Paul Strand - Under The Dark Cloth (1989)

Paul Strand - Under The Dark Cloth (1989) | 695 MB
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This documentary is about modernist photographer Paul Strand (1890-1976), one of the seminal figures in the history of photography. Strand broke with the romantic pictorialist tradition to create a direct, dynamic photographic aesthetic. He was one of the first American artists to fully understand cubism, translating its vocabulary to the medium of photography. From 1914 onwards, Strand's groundbreaking work encompassed abstract compositions, candid portraits, extreme close-ups of nature and documentation of social conditions.
He was also a filmmaker and in 1921 he made America's first avant-garde film, "Manhatta", with painter Charles Sheeler. His growing political commitment, especially during and after the Great Depression, led him to embrace filmmaking as a means of political expression. In 1934 he became involved with a group of radical New York filmmakers, collaborating with Pare Lorentz on "The Plow that Broke the Plains" in 1936 and with Leo Hurwitz on "Native Land", a visually remarkable indictment of American civil rights abuses in 1941. The documentary contains interviews with Georgia O'Keefe, Milton Brown, Fred Zinnemann, Leo Hurwitz, Virginia Stevens, Hazel Strand, Cesare Zavattini, Blanche Brown and Walter Rosenblum.

This 81 min programme was ripped using a mono VHS player, so the stereo sound is a duplicated mono track. (XviD AVI at 1000Kbps with MP3 sound at 192Kbps)

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