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Wonder Women: Producers Zoom In at the 2020 Scad Savannah Film Festival

Moderated by Megan Lombardo, a professor in the Savannah College of Art and Design’s Film & Television department, this year’s Wonder Women: Producers panel was an all-Zoom affair. And taking to the computer screen were six diverse (albeit all white) women with a variety of career stories to tell. There was Jayme Lemons, whose Dawn […]

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Filmmaker Dawn Porter Goes From John Lewis to Obama for White House Photographer Doc

As the official White House photographer, Pete Souza had an unprecedented view of President Reagan and President Obama. Souza was everywhere, but it wasn’t until 2017 that he started sharing his work through Instagram and providing a window into the Oval Office and how Obama led the country. He provided perspective.In a new documentary, “The […]

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‘The Way I See It’ Review: A Love Letter to Obama Through White House Photographer Pete Souza’s Lens

Every four years, a few months before the presidential election, a batch of strategically timed movies materialize in hopes of engaging voters and influencing the outcome. Some are merely opportunistic, others downright propagandistic, but few have a shelf life past that first Tuesday in November. A warm, softball profile of Pete Souza, who had the […]

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‘The Way I See It’, a Documentary About the White House Photographer Under Reagan and Obama, Will Hit Cable Before the Election

Pete Souza was the Chief Official White House Photographer for President Ronald Reagan and President Barack Obama, and he’s now the subject of a new documentary called The Way I See It, which is directed by Dawn Porter and produced by Laura Dern. Focus Features is giving the movie a limited theatrical release that begins […]

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