This 39-minute video shows the viewer the works of the famed photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. He spent his professional life photographing people of interest, and finally, in 1994, he became the subject of filming as he talked about life, art and his own philosophy. In this film, the photographer's life is chronicled and many of his photographs are highlighted. One of the best photographers of the 20th century is profiled both in his personal and professional life in this close-up look at the man behind the photographs. Hear him talk about life, work and who he approached is art in the black-and-white video. See some of the best photographs from the many who spent his career capturing stunning images. This video also features clips from films directed by Cartier-Bresson as well as video of him at work and some of his famed drawings. Some portions of this film are in French and feature English subtitles.
(39 minutes, black & white)