I’ve been following the work of photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur for some time now, and we’ve featured her work in our photo galleries as well. Jo-Anne’s work is subtle and profound at the same time, qualities that reflect in her personality as well. When I learned that filmmaker Liz Marshall just finished the final cut of her new film about McArthur called The Ghosts in Our Machine, I felt the excitement brew up inside of me. I know this film is going to be big — big in its impact because of its effective mix of subtlety, truth, and art. The trailer here captures those qualities that I think will make people want to see it and distributors want to make it available. Without risking hyperbole I can honestly say that this is one of the best trailers I’ve seen in ages.
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