Hamilton’s documentary—see earlier news about it here and here—is returning to town for the documentary-film festival known as NYC DOC. It’s at the IFC Center this evening at 5:15, with a reception afterwards at the Impossible Project Space. It’s worth your time, Pola-enthusiasts. Come see it if you can. Tickets here.
Had the great pleasure, last night, to meet up with a slice of the Polaroid community: Grant Hamilton, director of Time Zero, screened his film at New York’s VisionFest 2012. Most of the Impossible Project’s key players turned up, as did a scattering of Pola-enthusiasts—cameras in hand, of course—and the theater, at Tribeca Cinemas, was [...]
Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film, Grant Hamilton’s documentary about the end of Polaroid and the start of Impossible, made its debut a couple of weeks ago in Boston. I couldn’t make it there—too much late scrambling on my own Pola-project in those weeks, and the travel budget is exhausted anyway—but [...]
Exciting, long-awaited news: Grant Hamilton’s new Polaroid-and-Impossible documentary is getting its first big public screening. Time Zero will be publicly shown on April 28, in Somerville, Massachusetts, as part of the Independent Film Festival Boston. (It’s at the Somerville Theatre at 1 p.m., if you’re ready to jump in your car.) It has its [...]
I’ve often thought, while working on this book, that there ought to be a Polaroid documentary. Turns out that Grant Hamilton, an Iowa City photographer and Pola-enthusiast, thought the same thing. His film focuses on the last year of Polaroid’s film production and the creation of the Impossible Project. Time Zero: The Last Year [...]
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