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Education Night (Movie Night) @ Usual Meeting Location
Mar 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Tonight’s topic: Movie Night

Please join us for our annual Movie Night—we’ll be streaming a movie via Netflix or Amazon.  You’re welcome to bring some refreshments to share with the group – just let me know what you’re bringing so I don’t duplicate.  I’ll provide cups and paper goods.  You’re also welcome to bring your dinner with you if you wish.

The following movies and documentaries feature the theme of photography in some way.  I’ve added some new titles that I recently became aware of, and removed ones that are no longer available.  Feel free to bring any other suggestions to the meeting, or bring a DVD/Blu Ray disc if you have one you’d like to share.  We’ll choose one of the available options, based on a consensus of those who are attending.


  • City of God (2002)  [N]
  • Kodachrome (2018) [N]
  • Closer (2004)  [A $4]
  • High Art (1998)  [A $3]
  • Rear Window (1954)  [A $4]


  • Tales By Light (2018) [N]
  • Finding Vivian Maier (2013)  [N]
  • Chasing Coral (2017)  [N]
  • Harry Benson: Shoot First [N]
  • The Art of Photography Artist Series (2016-17)  [A]
  • Chasing The Light (2016)  [A]
  • Bending The Light (2016)  [A]

FYI – There’s an interesting list of 40 movies featuring photography here. and a list of Netflix shows for photographers here.

On previous Movie Nights we’ve watched The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman,  Monk with a Camera,  Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus and Public Eye.  Please join us for an enjoyable evening.

Image Review Night @ Usual Meeting Location
Apr 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Optional theme:  Optics

Please join us for our monthly image review night. This is a great opportunity to share your work with other artists and receive useful feedback. Feel free to ask for our thoughts in specific areas, or to seek general impressions of your artwork. Some of our artists bring more than one variation of a piece, or several stages of a work-in-progress. Let us know what you’re seeking, and we’ll do our best to provide it.

The “optional theme” for each meeting is just that … optional. Some of our members enjoy finding or creating images that fit the theme, while other members have specific images or projects that they would like feedback on. Whatever works for you is fine.

Our general guideline is that each artist may bring up to 8 images for a typical review. Prints are encouraged, as this is the best way to see an artwork as its maker envisions it. Digital images are (of course) welcome, on USB memory sticks and a variety of other digital media. If you bring more than eight images, we’ll need to go through them quickly. If you want to spend more time discussing an image, just bring fewer. We want to make sure everyone has time to present their work.

Our digital display is 1920 x 1080 resolution. You may want to optimize your image for this size, though our display software will scale your image if it is larger or smaller. The JPG file format is preferred, to keep file size down and ensure compatibility with our software.

If you are new to the group or have any questions, please let me know. We look forward to seeing you and your photographs.

– David   {artphotos(at]davidlkahn[dot)com}