Award-winning filmmaker and photographer Tyrone Lebon created this neat documentary showing the state of the art of modern photography. The film features some of the world's best contemporary photographers talking about their creative process, inspiration, and ultimately, what modern photography is about.
This isn't a movie so much about photography as it is a self indulgent attempt at making a (pseudo) artistic film using hand held camera shake, quick cuts to unrelated scenes, over exposed and manipulated scenes made to look like old film stock etc ad nauseam . Fellini is dead, and you're no Fellini.
It would have been worth watching if it were a true documentary, you know, where you just interview these photographers and ask them about what inspires them. But instead it immediately devolves into an incredibly annoying psychotic episode that is difficult to watch to the end.
BTW, I'm a professional commercial photographer with a studio in NYC, and my ego is never so large as to not take the opportunity to learn from other photographers, even "Art" photographers, but all I learned from this is that I am glad my career is firmly rooted in reality rather than rarefied, bazaar, and self aggrandizing world that this film depicts.