Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Top ten films featuring photographers

1. Rear Window (Hitchcock, 1956)
2. Blow Up (Antonioni, 1966)
3. Salvador (Stone, 1986)
4. High Art (Cholodenko, 1998)
5. Uzak, pictured above (Ceylan, 2002)
6. Momento (Nolan, 2000)
7. Proof (Moorhouse, 1991)
8. One Hour Photo (Romanek, 2002)
9. City of God (Meirelles, 2002)
10. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Stiller, 2013)

See also:
The Bridges of Madison County (Eastwood, 1995)
Kodachrome (Raso, 2017) 

Previously on Barnflakes:
Top ten photographers


Anonymous said...

Seven movies completely ruined for me by social media. R

1) The Secret LIKE of Walter Mitty
2) FOLLOWS and Amazons
3) POKE’ya’mom: The Movie
4) Il POSTino
5) The UNFRIENDS of Eddie Coyle
6) The FACEBOOK of Eli

Anonymous said...

For the photographer movies - Peeping Tom, The Road to Perdition, Spider-Man... Buster Keaton’s The Cameraman. R

Anonymous said...

Then there’s Man With A Movie Camera...

Barnaby said...

Thanks for your comments, R... though yours are about movie makers rather than stills photographers (see my post about film-makers in films here:

POKE ya mom? Sounds very dodgy.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I knew that. It’s all voyeurism in the end. Peeping Tom is a still photographer as well, if I remember it correctly. R

The 5th Man said...

Somers Town directed by Shane Meadows is my tuppence worth Barnaby.

Barnaby said...

It's a good tuppence, thanks Keith.