Vision Portraits

Vision Portraits

Vision Portraits

Award-winning US filmmaker Rodney Evans contemplates his loss of vision, meeting fellow artists and seeking to understand how they too deal with a loss of sight.

"Evans explores what it means to be a working visual artist who is also visually impaired, cleverly using multicoloured images and abstract animations to represent his experience. In this very personal and moving film he follows three creatives as they discuss how they manage life, work and their disability through art. Dancer Kayla Hamilton, writer Ryan Knighton and photographer John Dugdale reveal how they find new ways to reimagine and create. Insightful and engaging, the film presents viewers with an understanding of some of the day to day and career challenges facing people with vision impairments." (Sydney Film Festival)

201978 minsUSA, Germany, Canada
DocumentaryFestival & Independent
Director:
Rodney Evans ('Brother to Brother', 'The Happy Sad')
Writer:
Rodney Evans
Cast:
John DugdaleRodney EvansKayla HamiltonRyan Knighton
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If only for the in-depth discussions of the creative process, the film is worth a watch.

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If only for the in-depth discussions of the creative process, the film is worth a watch.

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