‘Nothing can be taken at face value’: should we ever trust the recorded image? | Curio

‘Nothing can be taken at face value’: should we ever trust the recorded image?

11 mins | Jun 11, 2021

When your work is caught in a political crossfire. Theo Anthony’s previous documentary received unintentional popularity when Donald Trump recommended it. The idea that an image can be altered through de-contextualization and dishonesty is the central theme of his most ambitious film to date. Charles Bramesco reviews the Sundance-wowing documentary "All Light, Everywhere."

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