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Annie Leibovitz So, There You Go
Directed by
Douglas J. Sloan
USA / 2009 / 9:39 minutes

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“So There You Go” features an on camera interview with Ms. Leibovitz who offers viewers her own perspective on her life’s work as well as insight into her family and friends. The film provides a comprehensive overview of 40 years of Ms. Leibovitz’s photographs

Ms. Leibovitz was recently honored by ICP with a lifetime achievement award as the centerpiece of the museum’s 2009 Infinity Awards program. The film was commissioned by the museum.

Annie Leibovitz began her career as a photojournalist for Rolling Stone in 1970, while she was still a student at the San Francisco Art Institute. Her pictures have appeared regularly on magazine covers ever since, and her large and distinguished body of work encompasses some of the most well-known portraits of our time.

Douglas J Sloan is the founder of Icontent, a highly acclaimed NYC based company that produces films, TV commercials and internet content. Sloan has directed, interviewed, and collaborated with numerous notable artists, musicians and celebrity talent: Andre Agassi, Lance Armstrong, Eric Bogosian, Gabriel Byrne, Sean Combs, Elvis Costello, Ellen Degeneres, Ken Griffey jr., Debbie Harry, Elizabeth Hurley, Jewel, Bill T. Jones, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Nicole Kidman, William Klein, Maya Lin, Robert Longo, Loretta Lux, Mary Ellen Mark, Wynton Marsalis, Helmut Newton, Gordon Parks, Paloma Picasso, David Remnick, Isabella Rossellini, Todd Rundgren, Cindy Sherman, Sharon Stone, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Hilary Swank, John Travolta, Oprah Winfrey, Anna Wintour.

Mr. Sloan is currently developing a feature length documentary centered upon the story of Letizia Battaglia and her harrowing struggle to document and expose the savagery of the Italian mafia from inside Palermo over several decades

Douglas Sloan lives in New York City with his wife Diane and two children Maxwell and Mica.

Executive Producer(s): Tania Sethi
Producer(s): Gail Kershner
Director(s): Douglas J. Sloan
Screenwriter(s): Jeffrey M. Brooks
Cinematographer(s): Pat Capone
Editor(s): Charly Bender

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