Sunday Matinee Films - Photography
Date: December 09, 2012
Time: 01:30 pm to 03:00 pm
Location: Tom Gilcrease Jr. Auditorium
Contact: Gilcrease Museum 918-596-2700
At Close Range with National Geographic
Photographer Joel Sartore has the best and worst job in the world — capturing the unique, beautiful and riveting pictures for which National Geographic is known. This film offers an examination of the elements in this artist's career including the need to travel throughout the world, endure serious physical demands, regional illnesses, unpredictable weather and wildlife as well as harsh terrain in order the produce the perfect shot. Directed by Olive Bucklin and starring Joel Sartore. 2007, PBS, 60 minutes, documentary, not rated.
Flying in a motorized paraglider over one of the most diverse continents in the world, George Steinmetz captures in his photographs the stunning beauty, potential and hope of Africa's landscapes and people. Best known for his exploration photography, this artist discovers the few remaining secrets in our world today — remote deserts, obscure cultures, and the mysteries of science and technology. Produced by Brian Storm, Bob Sacha, Megan Lange, Tim Matsui, and Tim McLaughlin, photography by George Steinmetz. 2011, MediaStorm, 8 minutes, documentary, not rated.
As much as he loves shooting with his 35mm camera, Robb Kendrick's true passion has become wet-plate photography, a historical photo technique used during the mid-19th century that produces tintypes. Each photograph created with this process is one of a kind, handmade from start to finish. In this brief television segment from the Texas Country Reporter, narrator Bob Phillips interviews Kendrick who demonstrates his working style. Phillips Productions, 2004, 8 minutes, documentary reporting-not rated.
No registration is required. Seating is first-come, first-seated. Groups are welcome.
Free with museum admission.