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It takes a special person to be a documentary cinematographer. The job requires a balance of creative thinking and physical stamina, while the emotional toll is often horrendous, putting oneself in the line of fire with hot button issues, war zones, and volatile interviewees. Kristen Johnson has built an impressive resume in the field, working on “This Film Is Not Yet Rated,” “Darfur Now,” and “The Invisible War,” and “Cameraperson” is her way of summing up achievements and making something out of discarded footage, permitting viewers a chance to see the process of filmmaking from the perspective of the woman who shot it all. Those already tuned into this world and its style are sure to enjoy the odds and ends of “Cameraperson,” and even those unaware of Johnson’s work are gifted an unusual break from the documentary norm, exposed to slices of life that reinforce the fragility and the oddity of the human experience. Read the rest at


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