“Reely and Truly” – A Short Film on Photography

In what is probably the best documentary on photography I’ve seen in a long, long time, Reely and Truly is a short 30-minute film directed by Tyrone Lebon that features uncanny film rolls and unconventional narratives. Lebon’s intention is for the film to be a visual poem on contemporary photographers and their practices through images shot on all available celluloid formats (including 65mm, 35mm, super 16mm, and super 8mm). This film is part of the ongoing Reely and Truly project which will culminate in a book of photographs, texts and films about the practice of over 30 contemporary photographers to be published by DoBeDo in 2015. This 30 minute film is an extended trailer for that project.

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