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EDDIE ADAMS: SAIGON ‘68

Saigon ‘68 explores the untold story behind the most iconic image of the Vietnam War and raises pertinent questions regarding our lack of visual literacy and the power of images to affect human rights agendas.


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ELLIOTT ERWITT: “I Bark at Dogs”  

Distinguished as both a documentary and commercial photographer, Erwitt has made some of the most memorable photographs of the twentieth century including astonishing scenes of everyday life,

filled with poetry and special wit. Dogs are a subject of constant

fascination.


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FILMOGRAPHY

JOHN G. MORRIS: “Eleven Frames”  

a short documentary featuring 96 year old John Morris, Bobbi and Russell Burrows, Robert Pledge and Marie Brenner portrays the life of one of the most influential photo-editors of our time. Directed by Douglas Sloan. Produced by Icontent, NY. Offical Selection at: Aspen Short Fest, Cinemonde, Woodstock, Rhode Island, Palm Springs Shortfest

ANNIE LEIBOVITZ: “So There You Go”  

a short documentary on 40 years of Leibovitz’ phototgraphy. Directed by Douglas Sloan, Produced by Icontent, NY. Official Selection at: Woodstock, Palm Springs Shortfest.

TROUBADOURS:  

a short film featuring Elvis Costello, Debbie Harry, and Roy Nathanson focuses on the importance of the “word” in music today. Directed by Douglas Sloan, Produced by Icontent, NY.


WILLIAM KLEIN: “Out of Necessity”  

a short documentary focused on Klein’s photography, art and films. Directed by Douglas Sloan, Produced by Icontent, NY. Broadcast on THIRTEEN NY. Official Selection at: Avignon, Woodstock.

“A FACE TO A NAME”  

a 9-11, short film dedicated to the missing persons and the impromptu walls created to help find them. Directed and Produced by Douglas Sloan, original music score by Todd Rundgren.

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CINDY SHERMAN: “Untitled Film Stills”  

Ms. Sherman created the Untitled Film Stills from 1977 to 1980. Totaling 69 images, it is arguably her most coveted series. In the photographs, she poses as fictitious characters, shot as if they were glossy movie promotions.

Comprised of interviews, archival footage and 16mm film of the photograph’s original locations, the film draws you into Cindy’s world early in her career.

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ROTHKO #10

This short film is an abbreviated profile of the artist Mark Rothko specifically focused on his #10 painting created in the late 1950s. There is no existing live action footage of Rothko. Referencing archival still photographs live action sequences were created and combined with the archival voices of Rothko’s friends and art critics Dore Ashton, Elaine de Kooning and Stanley Kunitz.


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THE JAZZ PASSENGERS: What A Crowd

The JAZZ PASSENGERS are a fantastical fusion of post-bop and musical comedy. They first broke out on the New York City avant-garde scene with a hybrid of Charles Mingus-influenced original tunes complete with lyrics and/or entertaining stories. Early Jazz Passengers sets and recordings feature collaborations with Elvis Costello, Debbie Harry, and Mavis Staples. To support the 2017 release of a new record and to remind audiences of The Jazz Passengers history Douglas Sloan created this short film.


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