Iconic Swiss photographer takes us on a journey through six images from his archive, photographing figures like Che Guevara chain-smoking in his office in 1963, Pablo Picasso in Cannes in 1957 and American G.I.s being entertained in a brothel in Seoul in 1961.
Burri also recalls his iconic 1960 São Paulo photograph 'Men on a Rooftop, 1960', shooting the San Cristobal Stables in Mexico city in 1976 and the reopening of the Suez Canal in 1974, explaining why modern techniques like photoshopping are getting in the way of our pursuit for the truth....
Directed by Anthony Austin
Interview by Matt Willey
Produced by Helena Reis
Lighting by Genki McClure
Camera Assistance by Patrick Larder
Sound by Daniel Brosnan
Make up by Ezana Ove
'Tu' by Bebo Valdés
'Trem Das Onze' by Adoniran Barbosa
'Recuerdos de la Alhambra' by Narciso Yepes
'El Gato Montés' by Banda Corrida
'Suki Sa Suki Sa Suki Sa' by Nana Kimono
'La Ouaynaki' by Farid El Atrache
'Granada' by Mariachi De México
A Bosh film
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