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Dear Carry interweaves two stories of travel told through films and letters.

Caroline Wagner (1896-1993) traveled the world on ocean liners and steamers between the nineteen twenties and sixties. Starting in the Natal Province of South Africa in 1939, Carry began filming her travels with a 16mm hand-wound movie camera. She kept her camera near at hand for decades.

A Jew by birth, a Suffragette in her youth, a Greenwich Village jewelry designer by trade, a self-styled feminist and political activist by disposition, Carry was an original of her time.

Joel Katz filmed his travels in Zimbabwe in 1995. Together these tales become a meditation on cameras and travel near the end of of a century.


(1997, 45 min.)

A MEDITATION ON CAMERAS AND TRAVEL

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