Philippe René Doumic made his debut in the 60s by producing for UniFrance many black and white portraits of the rising stars of the French cinema: actresses, actors, filmmakers. He worked in natural light, signed his photos “Philippe R. Doumic” and made his own prints that were distributed around the world by UniFrance to promote those whose films met a...
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