1. These 30 images were selected for the 6th Annual Environmental Photography Exhibition held in conjunction with the Colorado Environmental Film Festival at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado, February 19-May 30, 2015.

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  2. Luc Chessex, CCCC (Castro, Coca, Che, Cherchez la femme [Search for the Woman])
    On view from June 4 until August 25, 2014 at the Musée de l'Elysée

    Luc Chessex lived in Cuba from 1961 to 1975. As a member of the Prensa Latina agency and photo editor for the magazine Cuba internacional, he was an involved witness of the revolution. The Musée de l'Elysée is presenting four series of photographs from that time: Cherchez la Femme [Search for the Woman], Le Visage de la Révolution [The Face of the Revolution], Che and Coca. The exhibition was created from numerous original prints, publications, press clippings and an unpublished book on Cuban women.

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  3. In Part 1 of The Invisible Photograph, visit a safe haven for thousands of images that happens to be hundreds of feet underground in a repurposed limestone mine.

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  4. A short documentary about the man who photographed the last nude of Marilyn Monroe. Directed and edited by Peet Gelderblom, produced by Dahl TV. This film originally aired on Dutch television as part of VPRO's Fotostudio de Jong.

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  5. Short documentary vop profiling the photographic works of pulitzer prize winning journalist Carolyn Cole. Originally appearing at "The War Photographers" exhibit series for the Annenberg Space for Photography 2013.

    Editing by Paul Factora

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A series of photographers talking about photography, their work and their back-stories. I started a community TV program, Photo-Talk, twenty-years ago where I would interview photographers and they would talk about their work. The program ran for 16 years…


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A series of photographers talking about photography, their work and their back-stories. I started a community TV program, Photo-Talk, twenty-years ago where I would interview photographers and they would talk about their work. The program ran for 16 years until the station shut down. Now I'm putting it up on the Web at phototalk.tv . This channel extends my content to photographer documentaries done by other producers. I would appreciate film suggestions and interaction.

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