Peter Lindbergh first saw on the big screen a feature film dedicated to his work at the World Premiere of the 69th Berlinale on February 15th during the Berlin International Film Festival. Berlin viewers who had been able to book their place at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele and the Cubix 8 in Berlin for two sold-out screenings on February 15 and 16, discovered that the last of the lords of fashion photography is not only the one we believe. Jean-Michel Vecchiet, the French documentary director signs “Peter Lindbergh- Women’s Stories”. He wanted this biographical film as a psychoanalytic film whose […]
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