Bill Cunningham New York
- 1h 24min
- Directed by: Richard Press
Press's feature debut is an exuberant and occasionally poignant portrait of a New York photographer specialising in street fashion and society events. The octogenarian Cunningham is sharp and winningly unassuming, and Press captures his subject with energy and sensitivity. Most importantly, the film shows how Cunningham's significance extends beyond fashion.
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Bill Cunningham New York17 Feb 2012
Illustrates how New York Times photographer’s significance extends beyond fashion
(12A) 84min You don’t need to be a fashionista to fall for Richard Press’ feature debut, an exuberant, occasionally intimate portrait of Bill Cunningham, a former milliner and New York Times photographer specialising in street fashion and society…
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