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Pop Up Docs and Bath Film Festival bring you THE film of 2016!

You may not know her name, but you’ll be familiar with Kirsten Johnson’s  work – she was cinematographer for CitizenFour and This Film Is Not Yet Rated, as well as working with Michael Moore on Fahrenheit 9/11. This new documentary is her choice of footage she has shot over the years, and is a hugely compelling film. We see what she witnessed in Bosnia, Iraq and other war zones, and also observe her mother, afflicted with Alzheimer’s, and her two young children, who are fascinated by the cine camera. It is a rare glimpse of the documentarian behind the lens, giving us a sense of how hard it is to maintain a balance between objectivity and involvement.

Followed by a Skype Q&A with director Kirsten Johnson

7pm on Thursday 10th November at Chapel Arts Centre, Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR

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