Title: Romano Cagnoni - War Photographer
Running time: Coming Soon
“It is not just a question of producing an important story... He deserves a dedicated project, the world must know what he did for us.” Ludovico de Maistre, Romano’s very good friend and producer
Romano Cagnoni is an international, award-winning photographer, known as one of the foremost photographers of the 20th century. His photographs have been featured on the cover and front page of nearly every significant news magazine and paper in Europe and the United States. He is most known for his documentary work of the wars and conflicts around the globe. Throughout his career he has delineated intellectually simulating images of ourselves, the conditions that define our existence and our very hopes of transforming it.
Cagnoni has had more than 45 solo shows world wide, won many awards and published 16 books. He, along with Henry Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Don McCullin and Eugene Smith, was recently credited in the book, Pictures on a Page by the former Sunday Times editor, Harold Evans as being one of the most famous photographers in the world.