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Finding Vivian Maier – Nominated For Academy Award

January 15, 2015: Finding Vivian Maier was nominated for an Academy Award in the Documentary Feature category. We would like pass along our congratulation to John Maloof, Charlie Siskel, and Executive Producer Jeff Garlin.

The Atlanta Debut of the film Finding Vivian Maier was Friday April 11th, 2014, at the Lefont Sandy Springs Theater. The film had a four week run 4/11-5/8.

We were pleased to coordinate an appearance by Executive Producer: Jeff Garlin, for a question and answer session following the Saturday April 12 1:45 afternoon screening, and an introduction to the 3:40 screening. Below is the Official Trailer of Finding Vivian Maier

This intriguing documentary shuttles from New York to France to Chicago as it traces the life story of the late Vivian Maier, a career nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America’s most accomplished and insightful street photographers.

New York Times, March 21, 2014
New Yorker, March 26, 2014
New York Times, March 27, 2014
NPR, March 27, 2014
Review by Steve Murray of ArtsATL, April 8, 2014.

Select Here: to go to Vivian Maier’s updated artist page and view recently released images.

E-MAIL – requests for viewing and purchasing work from the Maloof Collection.

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