No matter how old a documentary is, it tends to stand the test of time as long as the content in the documentary is worthwhile. Thankfully, photography has always had an audience and appeal since the mainstream popularity of documentaries, allowing us to look back on countless works surrounding specific photography styles and photographers.
Above is a 1983 BBC Master Photographer special on Andre Kertesz, an immaculate Hungarian-born photographer primarily known for photographic composition and novel unconventional camera angles early on in his career. Definitely give the documentary a look, especially if you want to learn more about one of the greats of photography.
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