Through A Lens Darkly :: New Doc Uncovers History of Black Photographers.

Directed by multi-award winner Thomas Allen Harris, Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People is a film that chronicles and examines the fascinating history of black photographers and their subjects, and how that relationship developed as a tool for social change over the course of time. The film recently had it’s premiere at the Sundance Festival. For more background, check out a recent New York Times article here.

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