Finding Vivian Maier
Nauti-CatFri, Aug 1, 2014 9:00 PM
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Stevens Family & Friends
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State TheatreSat, Aug 2, 2014 12:00 PM
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Rhonda & Mayor Michael Estes
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Milliken at the Dennos MuseumSun, Aug 3, 2014 9:00 AM
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Paulette & Grant Parsons
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Film Info
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Release Year:2013
Runtime:83 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
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Cast/Crew Info
Cast:John Maloof
Mary Ellen Mark
Phil Donahue
Vivian Maier
Tim Roth
Director:John Maloof
Charlie Siskel
Produced by:John Maloof
Charlie Siskel
Screenwriter:John Maloof
Charlie Siskel
Cinematography:John Maloof
Editing By:Aaron Wickenden
Music By:J. Ralph
One of the year’s great films, “Finding Vivian Maier” tells the story of a working class woman who photographed life on the street as she saw it. A nanny by trade, Vivian Maier secretly held a passion for photography, leaving behind a legacy of over 100,000 photos that may have vanished into obscurity had they not caught the eye of amateur historian John Maloof (one of the film’s co-directors). Teaming up with filmmaker Charlie Siskel, Maloof sets out on a journey across New York, France, and Chicago to uncover the mysteries of one of the 20th century’s great unknown photographers.