- Screening Dates: 28th May, 8pm // 4th June, 6pm
- Directed by: John Maloof, Charlie Siskel
- Running time: 83 minutes
- Rating: PG documentary
- Language: English
Vivian Maier’s collection of photographic negatives was discovered by John Maloof in 2007 while compiling a history of a Chicago neighbourhood. Maier’s striking monochrome images were shot on a twin-lens Rolleiflex in the 1950s and 1960s. They are mostly street shots taken in Chicago and New York. Maloof worked tirelessly to sort through the detritus of an unnoticed life – and 150,000 photographs – to bring a remarkable artist to the attention of the world.