David Hamilton - Bio and Creative Works

David Hamilton

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United Kingdom
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David Hamilton was a British photographer and film director best known for his photography of young women and girls, mostly in the nude. His signature soft focus style was called the "Hamilton Blur", which was erroneously thought to be achieved by smearing Vaseline on the lens of his camera. It was not created that way. Hamilton's images became part of an "art or pornography" debate. - Wikipedia

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MOVIE • 1983 • Director

Three teenage girls decide to visit a romantic island and find love. They get shipwrecked and end up on different sides of the island. Each girl begins her own romantic adventure either with a man, a boy or even another girl.

MOVIE • 1983 • Director, Writer

In an isolated country house close to the shore near Saint-Tropez, seven young women share a bedroom. Over two days, they wake, shower, breakfast, play dress up, bathe in the sea, picnic, ride bikes, pick flowers, have a pillow fight, run on the strand, practice ballet stretches, groom themselves and each other, and laugh. Anne returns a horse to Renaud; the next day, he's in a rowboat and meets her by the pier. By the film's end, all are celebrating with the lovers.

MOVIE • 1980 • Director

Teenage Julien loves his teenage cousin Julia among flowers in summer of '39 France.

MOVIE • 1979 • Director, Writer

A blinded French sculptor completes a statue of a friend's daughter by using his sense of touch.

MOVIE • 1977 • Director

A coming of age story centering on the exploits of a young girl during summer vacation.

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