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Vision Portraits is a movie starring John Dugdale, Rodney Evans, and Kayla Hamilton. An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rodney Evans
Starring
John Dugdale, Kayla Hamilton, Rodney Evans, Ryan Knighton

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Genres Documentary
Director Rodney Evans
Writer Rodney Evans
Stars John Dugdale, Kayla Hamilton, Rodney Evans, Ryan Knighton
Country Germany, USA, Canada
Runtime 1 h 18 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

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Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021 09:21

That's all I have to say about this great documentary. I guess it's true what the title says: "It's all in the eye of the beholder." In this case, it's the eye of the artist. If you don't agree with the information in the film, it's up to you to decide if it's a valid point, or if it's just completely wrong. And if you're a fan of art, it's not that hard to think about why that point should be up for debate. We've all been there. The other two pictures that are included in the documentary are of two different scenes of the same artist's works, taken in different places, both in Paris. In each case, the artists took an assignment to draw a different scene from a different artist's book. The more attention that you pay to one of the images, the more you'll notice it's a representation of that particular artist. One, called "The Confession," is a painting from the 60s, by Rene Magritte. The other is "Madame Butterfly," by Gabor Csupo. And these two pictures have nothing in common. It was probably the same artist, the artist of both pictures, who designed the titles of the photographs. But when you see both of these pictures, it seems as if they're really from the same artist. I'd like to think that this is a true reflection of the artist's style. So when you see the "Confession" from Magritte, it's clear to me that he's no longer the same person that he was in the past. And then you see the other picture from Csupo, called "Madame Butterfly," which is a drawing from a book by a different artist, Bertolucci. It seems to me that Csupo's version is a little bit more realistic, more realistic than Magritte's. I guess it would be a much better idea to look at both pictures side-by-side. But then again, if you like the two pictures and you are able to see the truth about them, you'll probably be very satisfied with the answers that you get. If you're looking for a "taste of art history," don't get it. Go to the Internet or another website. The only way to make sense of this information is to watch the documentary. It's not for everyone. And it's certainly not for me.
Friday, 08 Jan 2021 12:42

Over the past two years, I have been seeing a lot of really ugly portraits on the walls of the public galleries of the various art museums around the world. You might have noticed that the young women in my photos were often adorned with brightly colored white sheets or mauves. This phenomenon is known as e-skin, and it's been going on for years. The problems are two-fold. First, e-skin is a colorless product of a new technology that brings with it the promise of unprecedented beauty. And second, e-skin is a shallow marketing gimmick, which as most people will tell you, has nothing to do with women's fashion. I have heard numerous stories about the kinds of e-skin, and the artist who's doing the most to use it for this purpose is the Dutch painter/illustrator Jan Sebatian. In a few short years, he has become the king of e-skin, and it's absolutely evident that he's doing this for the love of art. For me, this is an important part of the story. As Sebatian continues to create these portraits, I feel that he has betrayed his art-world peers and betrayed his own ideals. Instead of using e-skin as a tool to express the struggles and frustrations of his contemporary audience, he has largely abandoned it in favor of a dullish, unrefined, monochromatic color palette. The result is a lack of insight into the issues at hand and a feeling that there's nothing on the screen that the viewer hasn't already seen, which ultimately leads to the cynical cynicism that Sebatian has come to be associated with. In one scene, he turns to his admirers and asks, "Are you ready for your portraits to be painted again?" I can't say I blame him. The problem is, that no one wants to look at the real people. What Sebatian has failed to recognize is that for every picture of the young woman's face that he paints, there is another picture of her not smiling. We don't see the emotional turmoil of the artist's former proteges. We see the failure of a failing artistic career, not a hotshot illustrator's temporary one. We see the decline of a young woman in her early twenties, whose talents are still being wasted. The reality is that, as Sebatian points out, women don't need to be painted, and the unrefined colors of e-skin don't paint women. Instead, the product we have now has enough to do without us, and it isn't a very good one. Even if you think the man behind the camera is a fraud, you'll find yourself able to keep your skepticism until the end. If I had to call him a hoaxer, then yes. But if I had to say what a fraudulent artist he is, then he's a fraud. If you think e-skin is an imperfect substitute for a sincere artistic endeavor, then you need to see this movie. It's very personal, and you can't have it both ways. You can't be a kind viewer and a dishonest artist. The film is a powerful and revealing document of an artist's abandonment of his true purpose in life. It's a painful personal story, and one that you can't take lightly. It doesn't make you feel good, but it can make you feel very sad, sad for the young woman that Sebatian's portrait of her failed to portray.
Wednesday, 18 Nov 2020 02:17

From the creator of The International, in which 'great minds' were willing to learn and adapt to new ideas from the other side of the world. It's interesting how most of the people that speak on the documentary, share their personal experiences with how they have moved their lives forward or how they have developed. It is a message that can truly bring about change, and in some cases, change can even bring about your own death. There are moments where the documentary focuses on the people and their journey and their thinking, but in general, the documentary is very interesting. We can truly get a sense of why they have made their decisions, and the people's experiences on the journey have to be taken into account when making decisions. There is not one single person, in the documentary, who feels that they have not been influenced by another person's mind and thought process, which is the basis of this documentary. One person that really stood out was David Bradley who is obviously an incredibly brilliant thinker and thinker. He is the one who really shows off his intelligence. David Bradley's thoughts were absolutely unique, because even though he is a brilliant thinker, his 'scrambling' mind has to be the thing that separates him from everyone else. The documentary gives a great insight into what his mind thinks and his thought process. It is a testament to how people are the most amazing thing in the world. What you think, what you are going to say, what you are thinking is just as important as the thoughts themselves. David Bradley's mind is unique, but in the end, he was also able to help someone else find themselves. I think that people are amazing. I'm only 22 years old, but I feel like I have been around the block quite a few times. I have been through countless personal experiences and I've been through some extremely unique ones. I don't know what life has given me, but I have never felt so lucky. It has given me such a huge amount of courage, confidence, and belief in myself. That is something that I always need. I am thankful to David Bradley for giving me this incredible gift of learning and growing from the inside out. He has given me the gift of intelligence, but also the gift of love. Love is something that I am very grateful to have, but it has also made me completely fearless. It has given me so much confidence, and confidence is something that I will never ever be without. It has given me the courage to be myself and to become the person that I want to be. Even though I have never lived the life that David Bradley has been, I can say that I have had some of the most fulfilling and memorable times of my life, and I want to share them with the world. This documentary is truly incredible and gives such a great message of what can be achieved. I can't wait to see what other people come up with.
Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 10:58

This is a documentary about the life of artist David Hockney, a master of abstraction and surrealism. He is arguably the most influential figure of the 1960s, his influence is huge and his life was certainly a weird and fascinating one. He was highly praised, and rightfully so, but also rightly hated by many of the artists he admired. For some it was artistic vanity, for others it was his insanity. Now we have this documentary, which talks about his life and his love, and it is an extremely interesting and fascinating look at the life of the man. The film is very self-referential, with interviews of people who knew him, his work and his life, and it is interesting to see how they really viewed the man, and it is very fascinating to see how his life was viewed by some of his contemporaries. For me personally the film did an excellent job of showing us how his work was viewed, and how the critics would see it. Many of the people interviewed for this film made very clear that they saw him as being very much the artist, and not a very artistic person. It is also interesting to see how the director talked about some of the oddities of his life. He would have a strange lifestyle. He had a very unorthodox relationship with his wife, which seemed to revolve around the fact that he didn't want to get married, and for the most part he had an odd relationship with his children. He had a strange relationship with his girlfriend, and talked about how he could have had a normal relationship with her but he never really got around to it. He was very religious, but was also very chaotic and angry, and was also very strange and wild. And there was a lot of weirdness in his life, he had a bizarre relationship with his sister, which was almost like a "mentor". He also had a weird relationship with his own mother, which was also very strange and weird. There was this weird and strange relationship with his father, which I thought was interesting, and how he was very unhappy with his father, but he would also talk about how his father could be "normal". This relationship had a lot of weird moments, as he would spend a lot of time with his father, and would also have a weird and unusual relationship with his mother, and then talk about how strange the relationship was. It was a very interesting look at the man and his life, and the director did a great job of showing us just how strange the man was, and how he was different from other people in his time. I also liked the fact that the director didn
Friday, 31 Jul 2020 11:22

I was just trying to figure out what to do with a huge stack of bills and a Ziploc bag. I came across this. No other film has captured the essence of the junkie world like this. I knew little about the world of heroin and what makes it so addictive. What I found was not just a story of addiction but of how these people live their lives. There is humor in the desperation of some, and there is the ability to smile when others fall into despair. Some can be funny while others have lost hope. Some have found solace with a drug, others with a job. There is a mixture of characters in this film. The director, Mira Nair, and the actors were all incredibly interesting to watch. I feel like I have known these people. It's like I've been a fly on the wall for a week. And that is what the film is about. It's about the effect that drugs have on people and how those effects change the people they surround themselves with. It's about the road that a person takes to get where they want to go. It's about the strength that some people have to do what they do to survive. Some say that it's a documentary. I think it's one of the best films I've seen in a long time. It's a tale of some of the world's most bizarre characters. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see what's wrong with the world and how it affects people. I'd recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand why some people have such a deep addiction to drugs. I just hope that one day, someone will make a film like this. It deserves it.


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