In the 2004 documentary The passionate eye, Marti Friedlander explains how and why she became a professional photographer. Unlike her peer Ans Westra, who had minimal interaction with her human subjects, Friedlander converses freely with the people she photographs.
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Point of View Productions
Reference: Marti: the passionate eye [videorecording]. Producer and director, Shirley Horrocks. Auckland: Point of View Productions, 2004
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