Screening Room: What If You Could Take One Final Picture?

By David Schonauer   Thursday February 8, 2018

What is the value of a photograph in our visually-saturated modern world? The film One Last Frame “explores the meaning of photography through the eyes of two young photographers as they try to settle on what they would shoot if they could only take one more picture for the rest of their lives,” notes Nowness. “The film is a tribute to the art of analog photography and filmmaking, where you can’t shoot without thought,” notes Oslo-based director Niels Windfeldt.

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