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Vision Portraits

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    Robert AbeleLos Angeles Times
    Evans has made a touchingly honest ode to the inner life of all artists.
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    Odie HendersonRogerEbert.com
    An inspiring film, a funny and informative feature whose subjects were creative kindred spirits I'd never seen onscreen before.
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    Ben KenigsbergNew York Times
    Despite its focus on as fluid and mysterious a subject as art, "Vision Portraits" addresses blindness in concrete, comprehensible terms.
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    Elizabeth WeitzmanTheWrap
    Evans intersperses his own experience with those of three others, finding comforting commonalities and essential differences. The result is artistically uneven in structure but emotionally powerful throughout.
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    Beandrea JulyHollywood Reporter
    If only for the in-depth discussions of the creative process, the film is worth a watch.
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    Sophia StewartNonfics
    An extraordinary film and a desperately needed statement, one that gives a voice to the one in five Americans that live with a disability.
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    Edward DouglasThe Weekend Warrior
    It's not a sexy movie, but it's an important one.
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    Gary M. KramerGay City News
    "Vision Portraits" offers the uplifting message that visually-impaired artists can create work meaningful to themselves and to viewers. Evans has done that very thing with this remarkable documentary.
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    Alexandra Heller-NicholasThe Blue Lenses
    Vision Portraits is a frank and fearless examination not only of the remarkable journeys of its four visually impaired subjects, but also of the assumptions and biases of the sighted
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    John FinkThe Film Stage
    An evocative meditation on sight, cinema, and the tools of filmmaking.
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