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Ah! My first movie review ever! I wanted to highlight a great documentary I saw yesterday called Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Schulman. It’s focused on the architectural photographer Julius Schulman (duh), whose iconic photographs interpreted modern architecture for mainstream culture from the 1940’s to the early 1960’s. If you are interested at all in any of the following topics, I would highly recommend this film: architecture, photography, modernism, art, and design. Even if you are only remotely interested in those topics, Julius Schulman is a very interesting and charming individual who engages the audience and makes the film thoroughly enjoyable.
Unfortunately, it’s being screened for only one week (starting on Nov. 6) in four cities: Washington DC, San Francisco, Berkeley, and Denver. After that, it’s playing at various cities for very short engagements. If it’s playing in your city, go see it!