“All I want to do is to take pictures. I don’t care about anything else.” – Bruce Davidson


Wednesday 19 February 2014 at Rialto Amsterdam


Cheryl Dunn
US | 2013 | 83 min

EVERYBODY STREET illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the frantic, bustling and dynamic city that has inspired them for decades.
Shot in the course of three years and directed by renowned photographer and documentary maker Cheryl Dunn, the film combines archival footage and compelling interviews with a staggering selection of iconic and evocative NY street life impressions.

Through meetings with some of the most famous New York street photographers still active today, the director discusses the spirit of street photography and the creative (and often obsessive) relationship of these photographers with the city and the people they’ve chosen as subject of their gaze.
With a dazzling mix of intriguing personal stories and extraordinary images, EVERYBODY STREET creates a kaleidoscopic portrait of New York City, while discussing the history of street photography though the thoughts and work of some of its masters.

Featuring interviews and stills by Elliott Erwitt, Bruce Davidson, Jeff Mermelstein, Ricky Powell, Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper, Boogie, Luc Sante, Max Kozloff, Mary Ellen Mark, Clayton Patterson, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and Rebecca Lepkoff.

“The film pays tribute to New York’s best-known street photographers, exploring their careers and influences, and revealing them to be as entertaining and unforgettable as the images they create.” – The Daily Mail

Cracking the Frame

A monthly program featuring an international selection of critically acclaimed art related documentaries and artists’ films.

Cracking the Frame focuses on the creative intersection between art and film through experimental documentaries and cinematic portraits of the life and work of established contemporary artists, filmmakers, writers and global thinkers.

Each film is theatrically unreleased in The Netherlands and will be screened in English or with English subtitles.

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