Stand Your Ground: Why does street photography make us paranoid?

Film,Stuart York
Wednesday 20 July 2011 00:00
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Why does street photography make people paranoid? Stand Your Ground, a 15 minute documentary made for the London Street Festival, answers this question by getting a group of photographers to stand their ground over a period of time in a public place in London to see the objections raised by local security officials, police and the public.

A panel discussion, Why does street photography make us paranoid? takes place on Wednesday 20th July at Housemans Bookshop at 7pm. The event forms part of The London Street Photography Festival, for more information: londonstreetphotographyfestival.org

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