“The Times of Bill Cunningham,” features an interview director Mark Bozek conducted with Cunningham in 1994 — one that the photog insisted would only take “10 minutes” but ended up going for hours.
Before Cunningham started working as a professional photographer in New York, he had his own hat company under the label of William J.
The actress has been tapped to narrate “The Times of Bill,” written and directed by former HSN chief executive officer Mark Bozek.
The tech giant collaborated with filmmaker Mark Bozek on a series of global events centered around the late photographer’s work.
His fans can look forward to more, previously unseen work from the beloved photographer’s archives.
The following from the worlds of fashion, beauty, retail, society and media were among those who died this year.
Editors, designers, philanthropists and socialites gathered to remember the late photographer.
Nearly three months after the death of Bill Cunningham, the Bryant Park Foundation will honor his memory with an installation Thursday.
The man-on-the-street photographer will be remembered Thursday with a documentary screening, Q&A with Patrick McMullan and a blue-inspired picnic contest.
The longtime New York Times photographer was honored posthumously Wednesday with a street sign named in his honor for the next week, and supporters are trying to get a more permanent one.
New York’s mayor to honor Bill Cunningham posthumously.