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Henri Cartier-Bresson, considered by many the father of modern photojournalism, shot several brilliant documentaries between the 1930s and ‘70s. Cinema to him was “an alternative to photography in the way it sees the world and captures its movement.” This lavish collector’s edition includes: a series of documentaries about the artist, which explores his powerful and rare photography; five major works directed by Cartier-Bresson himself; and a 32-page illustrated collectible book containing criticism of his work as well as reproductions of his legendary photographs. 

Includes rare documentary footage restored from the Archives Françaises du Film du Centre National de la Cinématographie, Ministère de la Culture. 2 DVDs. Black and white Color. Running Time 5hours 15 Mins. English, French, Italian with English subtitles.

New Video
United States
H 5.30” W 0.01” D 7.20”
0.46 lbs

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