Friday, June 24, 2011
Now showing (and continuing for an additional week) at The Loft: Bill Cunningham—New York Times photographer—is more than just some cute-old-man-snapping-pics-on-a-bike. He's a living legend who's been chronicling fashion trends for decades. And he does it all on the streets—smack dab in the middle of the action in NYC.
“A captivating and moving portrait of a singular man and a passing era." - Carina Chocano, NEW YORK TIMES
"A deeply moving, visually stunning documentary about New York Times 'On the Street' photographer Bill Cunningham.” - Sylvia Rubin, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
“CRITICS’ PICK! Celebratory, humorous, and often touching ... captures one of New York’s most appealing characters." - Miranda Siegel, NEW YORK MAGAZINE
“This touching, heart-swelling film reminds us that fashion doesn’t have to be so serious. It can be fun. It can be frivolous. And, as Mr. Cunningham shows us night after night, it can be a wild adventure. ” - Meredith Melling Burke, VOGUE.COM
“The best fashion show is always on the street.” — Bill Cunningham