The photographic film “Peines” by Valérie Winckler has won the Prix des Nuits Photographiques 2015. This documentary, made in 1991, is an immersion into the daily life of a family living between prison and town at the beginning of the 90s. Today we will find out about this winning film and interview the winner. Peines de Valérie Winckler from Les Nuits Photographiques on Vimeo. L’Oeil de la Photographie : How did you come to do this project? Valérie Winckler : “Peines” was my second experience of working with photography and sound. In 1988 I published “Death Approaches” a book of...
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