Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens
Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens (2008)

Self-reflexivity aside, it would be virtually impossible to pinpoint a more intimate documentary mode than a biographical portrait shot by one's closest sibling, and that axiom undergirds Barbara Leibovitz's penetrating look at her… More

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DVD Release Date: October 28, 2008
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Mike McGranaghan
Aisle Seat

Life Through a Lens does an excellent job of showing how this extraordinarily talented woman came to the forefront of modern photography.

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Anton Bitel

a fascinating window onto the last four decades of American history and iconography.

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Ken Stachnik
It's not going to rock your world or reveal any secrets about how Annie shoots. It's mostly about the way she thinks about shooting, which is… More
Mark Abell
A good biographical documentary of an iconic visual artist whose work is instantly recognizable. It is difficult to capture the brilliance of her photographs in… More
Lesley N
I don't know much about Annie Leibovitz .. and I'm not sure I know much more after seeing this doc