Photokina 2014 gets underway on September 16th.

Once again #Photokina opens it’s doors in Cologne to the worldwide photography industry.

If you are interested in anything remotely photographic, this is the trade show for you! I was was there a number of years ago and the scale of the event is breathtaking. You will find all the events here:

http://www.photokina.com/events

 

 

In No Great Hurry New York Screenings

 

New York screenings
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New York Screenings!

In No Great Hurry is finally screening in NYC – Saul’s hometown, where the film was shot and location of most of Saul’s work!

We’re part of DocNYC (alongside Errol Morris, Sarah Polley and Michel Gondry as well as tonnes of other amazing films). It’s a great festival and we’re delighted to be selected.
Come down, meet the director Tomas Leach (he’ll be doing a Q&A) and celebrate the film’s homecoming.
The film will also play at the wonderful Upstate Films Theatre in Woodstock on November 24th (again Tomas will be there for a Q&A), before opening at NW Film Forum in Seattle on Nov 25th.
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In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter

I am delighted to see that the film “In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter” (directed by Tomas Leach ) about the great Saul Leiter is going to be released on DVD soon and also made available for download.

From the few clips I have seen this promises to be a really beautiful and touching tribute to one of the greatest pioneers of colour street photography.

Taken from a Timeout article:

Saul Leiter was a respected fashion photographer until, in his twilight years, he became renowned for his abstract photographs and paintings. Now regarded as a pioneer for his mid-twentieth century work with colour, he’s associated with The New York School whose alumni included Diane Arbus. Throughout this documentary, there’s something sloth-like about Leiter: in his New York drawl he claims he’s lazy and unambitious yet his cluttered apartment, which he attempts to clear, tells a different story.
He’s a prolific, intelligent artist whose meditative and quietly observant persona is reflected in his street pictures of urban lives in passing. By turns self-effacing, wise, humorous and peevish, the 90-year-old Leiter is at his most poignant when remembering his long-term partner, the late Soames Bantry.

Leiter muses on religion, his scholarly but cold upbringing, age, art and relationships, while his take on photography is refreshingly free of ego: he doesn’t seek to control and believes taking pictures teaches us to stop and look. Broken down into 13 lessons in life, this is a gentle and melancholy film that, given his advancing years, could be Leiter’s swan song.

Check out the trailer: http://innogreathurry.com/InNoGreatHurry/Trailer.html