A Photographic Memory

Showings

State Theatre - Screen 2 Fri, Jun 14 4:45 PM
Michigan Theater - Screening Room Tue, Jun 18 7:30 PM
Includes post-film Q & A
Michigan Theater - Screening Room Wed, Jun 19 7:15 PM
Includes post-film Q & A

Description

Now Playing
Michigan & State

Film | Documentary | NR | 1h 27m | 2024
U.S. Documentary
Filmmaker Rachel Elizabeth Seed was only 18 months old when her mother, renowned journalist Sheila Turner Seed, unexpectedly passed away. Driven by a desire to uncover what she left behind, Seed embarks on a journey to meet with people whose lives were touched by her mother. Using audio and photographic archives from her mother’s career, A Photographic Memory is an investigation into the archive in search of remnants of a loved one, reconstructing their image in an attempt to get to know them. Sheila’s intimate interviews with famous photographers including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Gordon Parks, Lisette Model and Bruce Davidson, among others, are brought to life via Rachel’s reimaginings, further immersing us into Sheila’s world as mother and daughter’s worlds merge in unexpected ways.

A Photographic Memory by Rachel Elizabeth Seed - Film Trailer from DEVELOP Tube on Vimeo.