Willy Ronis, autoportrait d’un photographe by Michel Toutain (55′)
For seventy-six years, Willy Ronis photographed himself every year. The first self-portrait was taken when he was sixteen the last, at the age of ninety-two. These self-portraits create the framework for this film, in which Willy Ronis talks about himself, his art and his career. He shares stories of the moments before pressing the trigger and analyses some of his best known photographs which sealed his place in photographic history.
In partnership with Sakshi Gallery and Institut Français Paris