Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall
- 1h 32min
- Directed by: Alfred George Bailey
A portrait of legendary music photographer Jim Marshall, a complex and sometimes difficult man who was also a photographer of great sensitivity and energy. It overindulges the self-mythologising, but Marshall’s long-term assistant Amelia Davis gives interesting testimony, and the images are exhilarating.
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Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall27 Jan 2020
Engaging if rather overindulgent portrait of the revered rock photographer from Alfred George Bailey
Did photographer Jim Marshall possess too many contradictions to reconcile? To mixed ends, director Alfred George Bailey's lively portrait of the revered rock snapper suggests as much. As a eulogy of a larger-than-life 'character', its willingness to…
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