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    Bruce Jackson--Widelux documentary photos of an Arkansas prison farm, 1975

    There's an interesting showcase of Widelux documentary work from 1975 by Bruce Jackson in today's "Lens" blog in the New York Times--

    http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/0...hellish-world/
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    Academic (Slavic and Comparative Literature)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com

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    David,

    Great story. Great Pictures.
    Thank you for posting.

    John Powers

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    Yes, thank you very much , enjoyed this a lot ...


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    Thanks for posting that David, very interesting.


    Ps. I was watching Starman last night. In the 'making of' featurette Jeff Bridges was using a Widelux on set.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K View Post
    Ps. I was watching Starman last night. In the 'making of' featurette Jeff Bridges was using a Widelux on set.
    You should check out Jeff Bridges' book of photographs taken on various sets throughout his career if you can find it. It is sort of a compendium of the various books he would have printed after completing a film to give to people as a wrap gift. It's a pretty cool book and if I'm remembering it correctly, there's a couple of great photos from "Starman."

    Tim

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    Way cool!

    Thanks David.



 

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