Gillian Laub screened her short film "Four Generations" at the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph
, from June 9th
. The film was curated by Kathy Ryan of The New York Times
and Scott Thode of VII Magazine.
The annual festival in Charlottesville, Virginia celebrates a wide range of photography forms, from photojournalism to fine art. The entirety of historic downtown Charlottesville is transformed into a living image as photographs are hung in trees and in galleries and projected onto storefront windows and the sides of buildings.
This year's theme was Home. Each participant was asked to create a five-minute multimedia piece using photographs of home. Laub's entry, "Four Generations", is comprised of images she has taken of the four generations of her family. Laub narrates the film, describing the photographs and adding in personal anecdotes about her grandparents and family events. The film was screened at the Pavillion on the second day of the festival.
See more of Gillian Laub's photography here.