This was the case with the Festival Internacional De Cine Afro Kunta Kinte, that screened Dignity on September 8th. It’s a pity I did not know, even though Colombia is nor really just around the corner 🙂
Dignity is selected for two more festivals, the KO&digital (with screening of November 9) and the 3 Little Wolves, aka the “Children First: Anthropological Film Festival of Children and Youth”. Both of them are really cool festival, with lots of deep and interesting issues, mind and heart opening. I am so happy!
New selection for “Dignity” at the Eastbourne Crossing the Screen Festival, in East Sussex, south-east of London. The festival will take place on 4-6 November 2016.
Would be lovely to be there!
What distinguishes an artist of photography from a simple photographer? In this age of so much banality and an overdose of photography it should be difficult to find the boundary, and yet it isn’t. Because a photograph has energy, spirit, originality, a disturbing quality, or it doesn’t – despite filters, cropping and other post-production contortions. And the photography of Swede Thron Ullberg – currently with a one-person show called Vilsen (Lost) at the Elf Galleri in Gothenburg – is almost more art than photography. Continue reading
This piece of news is actually a couple of months old, as this all happened at the end of July! But as I was trekking on mountain tops back then, I decided to wait for the announcement until I received a courier with my winning award, so that I could show it to you!
I am happy beyond word for having won this prize at such a beautiful and important festival as the Salento Finibus Terrae, driven with passion until its 14th edition by the director Romeo Conte.