I'm looking forward to seeing this film that is screening in Berkeley, starting tomorrow, November 6th.
The film profiles the life and work of Julius Shulman, who was an American architectural photographer that passed away earlier this year.
Shulman's career started in the 1930's, documenting the work of many progressive architects, such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, John Lautner and Frank Gehry. His visual work helped these great architects gain mass recognition through his imagery. The film is narrated by Dustin Hoffman. It shows for one week at Shattuck Cinemas.
For more information on the screenings in Berkeley and all over the country, check this website.