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Vision Portraits

Vision Portraits is a movie starring John Dugdale, Rodney Evans, and Kayla Hamilton. An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Rodney Evans
Writer
Rodney Evans
Actors
John Dugdale, Kayla Hamilton, Rodney Evans, Ryan Knighton
Country
Germany, USA, Canada
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

Comments about documentary «Vision Portraits» (17)

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Dorothy S.

I am a huge fan of the work of Joseph Losey and his photographs. In fact, I have a whole book of his work. This documentary is about his life, and the subject of his work. It is also about his relationship with his wife, and his children. It is a fascinating story about a man who was a master of his craft, and the many people who worked with him. I am not a professional photographer, but I love the images in this film. I am so glad that this film was made. I hope it gets released on DVD. I hope that it gets a wider release. I am also curious about what other people think about this film. It is very well done. I think that this film is a great way to introduce the world to Joseph Losey. I am also curious about the people who worked with him. I hope that more people will see this film. It is a must see.

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Austin

This is a wonderful film that will enlighten the viewer about the history of photography. The film is based on the book, "My Life as a Photograph" by Carl Sagan. The book is a wonderful work of art. I am a huge fan of Carl Sagan and I was excited to see this film. The film has many interesting interviews with the subjects of the photographs. The film is very informative and it will leave you with a lot of questions. I highly recommend this film. It is an outstanding documentary that should be watched by all.

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Kevin Williams

I was very impressed with this documentary. The "how it works" part of the film is very well done. I was also very impressed with the director's ability to weave his interviews with real life stories into this film. This is a documentary that everyone should see. I found the story very compelling and the way that the people were able to articulate their stories was very moving. I highly recommend this film.

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Kyle S.

I was drawn to this film by the title and the superb photography. I was also drawn to the documentary format as I'm not familiar with the subject matter, and it is in my opinion a very powerful, fascinating film. The story of the late John Lennon and his relationship with Yoko Ono is told in a very gentle and non-judgmental way. It is an amazing story of a man who was a great musician, poet and poet laureate, but also a man who was a man of faith and a man who loved and cared about others. The film is very well-directed, and the images are very powerful. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject of music and the relationship between musicians and the public. I was very impressed with the production value of the film. It is very professional and the sound is great. I also enjoyed the interviews with the people involved in the making of the film. I hope to see this film in the theaters and I hope that it will be shown at some future film festival. I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject of music and the relationship between musicians and the public.

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Jacqueline P.

I saw this documentary in a film class and it was one of the most interesting things I have ever seen. I had never heard of the movie until I came across it and I was very excited to see it. It is a very long film but it is very informative. It really gets into the psyche of the person that is making the documentary and the person that is the subject. It is very informative and very well done. It is a very well made documentary. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in this subject.

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Jason C.

This is a beautifully filmed, engaging, and downright fascinating documentary. The material is gripping and compelling and the filmmaking is truly superb. It's a testimony to the power of cinema as a medium. It is also an inspirational story of a true artist and a strong and powerful voice that brings hope to the world. The importance of filmmaking and the art of filmmaking is covered, including the specific contributions of this movie's director, Lynn Nottage, a visual artist herself. The film covers the years from 1940 to 1970, when Nottage was able to acquire the ability to act and act freely, and this is the key to understanding her work. This film is also a great conversation starter. The film opens with her meeting with Steven Spielberg. Her talent is unrivaled and she was accepted into the University of California, Berkeley. I was interested in her background and the reasons behind her career choice, but it was her love of cinema that I really focused on. I think this is what makes her work so powerful. The dialogue is intelligently constructed. The interviews are insightful and helpful. Nottage's energy and passion shine through. The film goes into detail about the art and influence of cinema. It gives a great appreciation for how many elements can be used to make a film. This film is a very personal and powerful film. It is a great narrative tool. I recommend this film to anyone.

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Dylan Foster

I am a little late to the party on this one, but I think it is still worth watching. The director did a wonderful job of showing the relationship between the artist and the audience. He had some great actors and actresses in the cast, and they all did a wonderful job. I think it is a very important documentary that should be seen by everyone. It is a great movie, but I think it could have been a little longer. I think it would have been more interesting if it was a little longer, but it was still a very good documentary. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has not seen it. I think that it is a very important film that should be seen by everyone.

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Benjamin Gilbert

This documentary was really excellent. The movie took a look at a number of interesting subjects, such as the growing drug abuse, drug addiction, the death of a friend, the trauma of losing a child, and a lot more. I was really impressed with this documentary. It's well written, well produced, and well acted. It was a wonderful, moving, and well-made documentary.

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Olivia W.

This film was very interesting. I read the book "Dinner and a Movie" and I enjoyed the movie too. I think this film is more about a man who is trying to achieve some "inner peace" in his life. He doesn't want to deal with his problems, but he wants to be in the "inner circle" of his friends. It is about how to make a "movie", and how to make a movie out of a life of real drama. There are many instances where the "inner circle" is on the edge of the abyss, but they try to keep the "inner peace". The actors were great and there are many personal stories. The film made me think about how to take a piece of "inner peace" and make a movie out of it. I also realized that this is the case in our lives.

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Virginia Gomez

I watched this film at the Minneapolis Film Festival. I was pleasantly surprised. I thought it was a good film but not sure if it was worth the money to see it. The two main characters in the film are two women who are not only artists, but are also deeply involved with the arts. One of the most important reasons they were interested in the film was because it was a movie about how art and performance came together. I also enjoyed the film because it had a lot of beautiful cinematography, especially during the scenes in which the two women are working with and in front of a camera. This was another part of the film that I really liked. I also thought the film did a great job of showing the art of the subjects. The two women in the film were very expressive and told a very interesting story. This was the only film that I thought was worth seeing at the festival. I recommend seeing this film.

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Jack D.

How to tell a story? How to make a film? How to make a documentary? How to use a camera? How to tell a story? The basic question of how to tell a story was solved by Ron Howard with this amazing movie. This film is a remarkable achievement and an inspiration for all people who are interested in cinema, documentary and the history of the arts.

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Jennifer Hicks

The documentary was very informative and captivating. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a documentary about the culture and history of the Bible Belt. It does a great job of showing how people with different faiths and cultures are still often divided by the "other". I would say that the documentary really emphasizes the importance of the Bible and the differences of different cultures, but it also provides a good illustration of how sometimes the Bible and culture can be used to oppress people and use them as tools. The portrayal of the slavery and abuse of people in the Bible Belt is quite disturbing and horrifying to watch. The film has a good amount of religious references and the best part is that the documentary does not glorify any religious beliefs, but rather shows that there are people of all religious beliefs and belief systems that can find the Bible fascinating. One thing that I would say to anyone who is going to see this documentary is to be sure that you understand the Bible and its history. The film does a great job of explaining the Biblical culture, but it also explains the history behind the Bible and the development of the "Old Testament" religion. Overall I would recommend this film to anyone looking for a good documentary on the culture and history of the Bible Belt.

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Patrick Freeman

What a powerful and powerful story that this film is. I wish more people could see this. It makes me want to get involved in environmental issues and I can't help but be affected by the people who live there. The actors, everyone in this documentary are phenomenal. I hope more people will see this. It's an amazing story and an amazing piece of work. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to see the true face of what the world is becoming. I would like to see more films like this, especially when we see the extreme pollution that is happening in the world. This is a movie that should be shown more often. This is a must see. There is so much that needs to be known about the environmental impact of global warming. This is just the beginning. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in the world around us.

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Gregory S.

As an avid viewer of the work of photographer Kenji Kawai (one of the few Japanese photographers who has achieved international fame and acclaim), I was very happy to learn that his latest exhibition in Philadelphia, "The New Generation", is a "retrospective" showing some of his most famous images of "modern Japan" from the 1960s to the present. The images in the exhibition are stunning, revealing the vibrant colours and vibrant personality of the country that is now Japan. It was great to see these images for the first time in a modern format, especially in color, and I also liked the images that showed a bit more about the past Japanese society. All in all, the exhibition was a joy to watch, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the country that is now Japan.

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Marie S.

I was really surprised by this documentary. The subject matter is extremely personal to me, and it's so well done that it's almost hard to watch. I'm not going to go into details about the film, but I will say that it's a fascinating look at a man who is clearly in a very difficult situation, and a man who is also a very good artist. The film does a great job of showing his struggle with his mother, and how he's trying to cope with the issues that he is facing. The film also touches on his sexuality, and how he deals with his feelings for women. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone who has ever had a parent who was abusive, or is dealing with a parent who is abusive. It's a very important documentary, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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Joshua Payne

I did not know much about the Dutch before seeing this documentary. I'm an American and the documentary captured how my country has changed since I was a kid. It is one of the best documentaries I have seen. It shows how everything has changed in the last 50 years and how society has changed with the development of technology and the media. The doc uses many clips from the film 'Out of Africa' to show how many of the clips have been changed for the sake of the film. I was disappointed to learn that some of the clips were altered because they were different to the original film. The film goes into great detail about the history of Africa and shows the peoples and the cultures that were used in the film. The film has a simple style to it. It is not over the top or filled with great special effects. It is very down to earth. It is as if the people were telling us about their lives. It is not a documentary that was edited to make it sound better. It is not the best film that I have seen, but I definitely think that it is one of the best. It is about the people and their lives and how they have changed and how they have been affected by the changes in society. I highly recommend this film.

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Thomas S.

This is a beautiful film, shot entirely with a hand-held camera and narrated by Ben Kingsley. The main character, a black man in Detroit who had been set up by an FBI informant in an elaborate game of "how much can I do to help you?" and how much of his life he can keep from police. It's amazing how Kingsley has managed to make us believe what we're seeing, and his camera is as captivating and fascinating as it can be. This film is a portrait of the human spirit and the human mind.