“Henri Dauman: Looking Up” at Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

We're happy to be sponsoring three upcoming screenings of the new documentary "Henri Dauman: Looking Up" at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. The screenings are Feb. 14/16/17, and we think you'll enjoy this film as much as we have!

As a friend of ACP, here's a 25% discount code for those screenings: 25ACP

"Focusing a lens on one of the 20th century’s preeminent photojournalists, HENRI DAUMAN: LOOKING UP celebrates the seminal work and inspiring story of the artist behind some of the world’s most iconic images. Hardly a household name, Henri Dauman created a slideshow of American history, popular culture and high society, seen by millions of readers of Life magazine and other publications. Seeking to capture not just the likeness but the essence of his subjects, Dauman immortalized celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Brigitte Bardot, and Elvis Presley. His work extends to pivotal world events, portraits of ordinary people and, notably, stunning New York City photos that launched his 40-year career after immigrating to America. Stepping out from behind the camera for the first time, the self-taught perfectionist remains every bit the engaging storyteller, relaying his childhood trauma in wartime France and love of movies, which inform the life-affirming vibrancy of his work."

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