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Fill The Frame

Tim Huynh
United States, 2020, 62 min.

In English.
Includes adult language.

With the continuing rise of the digital age and popularity of social media, the genre of street photography has propelled like we've never seen before. Still there is more opportunity for street photography to be recognized and appreciated by the masses. Fill The Frame is a feature documentary telling a story not only within the frame of photographs, but of the people behind the camera. This film follows eight esteemed street photographers in New York to get an exclusive look at their work and their own unique journey over the years.

Director's Statement

My name is Tim Huynh, I am a freelance video content creator; born, raised, and based in Honolulu, Hawaii. I first came across street photography in 2009 while in Chicago doing an internship. A fellow intern showed me some of Vivian Maier's work (this was the early stages of her discovery) and ever since I've been hooked. I love street photography because it allows me to be creative without much effort, compared to making a short video or film.

Category: Documentary, Feature Doc.
Themes: Photography.

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