Camp Diaries (Noland, 2009)


Photographer William Noland’s short film is being parsed in the festival catalog as a politically timely meditation on the toll of fear on ideals and rights during a time of war, and it is that. But there is something more universal and humane in a photographic image, something that transcends the de rigueur comparisons between past and present made in political discourse. Continue reading “Camp Diaries (Noland, 2009)”