The Photo Man Short Film

Why Watch? There is real found footage out there, and Mark Kologi collects it. He also sells it, and he’s sold a lot — making a living from images of strangers that might otherwise end up in the garbage. It’s a way of making the intimate public before making it intimate again.

Fortunately, Kologi has a few things to say about his unique job, and filmmakers Ben Kitnick and Saxon Richardson gave him the opportunity to wax philosophical about a worldview that peers above a two-dimensional boundary to occasionally see a vibrant world beyond.

Simple and pristine in its understatement, this short documentary is worth your time.

What Will It Cost? About 6 minutes.

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