Finding a Person and Losing a Person: On Cameraperson
Kirsten Johnson in Interview with Alex Lichtenfels
Alex Lichtenfels interviewed Kirsten Johnson on September 13, 2018, via Skype. Kirsten Johnson is a cinematographer/filmmaker who has worked extensively on documentaries in many places around the world. This interview focuses on her recent film Cameraperson (2016). Cameraperson premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2016, was short-listed for an Academy Award, won the National Board of Review Freedom of Expression prize, and was awarded three 2017 Cinema Eye Honors, including Outstanding Nonfiction Feature. Cameraperson was named one of the “Top Ten Films of 2016” by the Washington Post and the New York Times and was the Grand Jury Prize Winner of 9 international festivals.
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