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Re-release of Bruce Weber's "Let's Get Lost"


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Friday, June 08, 2007

Re-release of Bruce Weber's "Let's Get Lost"

Most of you know Bruce is just about my favorite photographer so I am really excited top see him re-releasing "Let's Get Lost" at the Film Forum in Manhattan

links to more info

"Let's Get Lost" at the Film Forum

Bruce Weber website

Comments on "Re-release of Bruce Weber's "Let's Get Lost""


Anonymous Cynthia said ... (11:16 AM) : 

This is such a great film--Weber and Chet are both amazing artists...


Blogger Alice Olive said ... (12:34 PM) : 

Agreed - he is a great photographer. His use of texture and tone is wonderful.


Anonymous rae said ... (3:14 PM) : 

i completely adore chet. cannot wait to see that film.


Blogger Stephanie said ... (10:56 PM) : 

Oh! That's one of my favourite documentaries. I hope there's a DVD release too.


Blogger Andrew said ... (8:13 PM) : 

Do you also know the work of Paul Jasmin? Paul preceeded Bruce and they are both friends. "Lost Angeles", a book of photographs by Jasmin, has an introduction, beautifully and poetically written, by Weber.


Blogger sixfive said ... (8:19 AM) : 

a must-see.


Anonymous pilo said ... (1:46 PM) : 

i saw the pet shop boy video "domino dancing" made by bruce weber yesterday. he is truly one of the best.


Blogger Dani said ... (4:59 PM) : 

Love Chet Baker.
I also hope that they release this in DVD 'cause I don't think they will be playing it in Brazil...


Anonymous abehjha said ... (3:40 PM) : 

I saw this one years ago and just floated out of the old Ogden cinema in Denver... it made me that high. It's an experience, this film, one that film and jazz lovers will deeply appreciate for years to come.


Anonymous M said ... (11:52 AM) : 

Thanks so much for posting this! I've had the soundtrack for years but never had the chance to see the film. Made it to Film Forum last night and soaked in the dramatic black and white, aimlessly wandering camera shots. I would have missed the film without your post, so again - many thanks!


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