Laura Israel: Don’t blink – Robert Frank

When Landskrona Foto Festival is held for the fourth year in a row on 19–28 August, we can not only present an unusually large number of interesting exhibitions of international and Swedish photographers but also the documentary film Don’t Blink – Robert Frank, a portrait of the world’s most influential living photographer today.

See the trailer:

Fotografen Finn Larsen som bor i Malmø har i dag sendt mig denne meddelelse, da han jo ved, at vi her på Filmkommentaren holder meget af Robert Frank og hans arbejde. Det er i god tid, men der er faktisk også så vidt det kan ses af materialet kun tale om én eneste visning af filmen: 20. august 18:15 i Teatersalonen, Landskrona Teater, så billetterne er ganske sikkert hurtigt væk.

Tue Steen Müller and Sara Thelle on Robert Frank and his works and on Laura Israel’s film:


Ten days of exhibitions, photo books, seminars, portfolio reviews, artist talks and more. Since the start four years ago Landskrona Foto Festival has established its position as an international meeting place for photographers and those with an interest in photography. Over 150 photographers are exhibiting in Landskrona 19-28 August.

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Allan Berg Nielsen
Allan Berg Nielsen

Allan Berg Nielsen started the first documentary cinema in Randers, Denmark way back in the 1970’es. He did so at the museum, where he was employed. He got the (16mm) films from the collection of the National Film Board of Denmark (Statens Filmcentral). He organised a film festival in his home city, became a member of the Board of Directors of the Film Board, started to write about films in diverse magazines, were a juror at several festivals and wrote television critiques in the local newspaper. From 1998-2003 Allan Berg was documentary film consultant (commissioning editor) at The Danish Film Institute, a continuation of the Film Board. Since then free lance consultant in documentary matters.

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