Director: Gideon Gold
Bruce Gilden is the archetypal street photographer - fast-moving, aggressive, wisecracking. He's a quintessential New Yorker, the Damon Runyan of the photographic world. Gideon Gold's film reveals the extremely confrontational way Gilden photographs people on New York streets. It sees the photographer philosophising candidly about his life, his difficult upbringing, his relationship with his daughter and his singular approach to photography.
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