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It's good to be me

The theme of the documentary film “It’s good to be me” deals with the art of photography, but also tells an odd story about how the love of photography brought two seemingly incompatible people together. At the same time, through the relationship of two people, of different cultures and generations, we show photography as one particular, magical and intimate act of the one behind the lens and the one in front of it.

It's good to be me

``As a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother I have fulfilled my role and my dreams. But that wasn't enough for me to be happy. I wanted to continue to travel, to explore, to meet new people. To be creative and to be who I am. Some people think it's marvelous, some people think it's crazy. But this is who I am and this is my life!`` - Oma (87)

It's good to be me

``Landscape without a subject to me is almost like a dead image. I make it alive by putting a subject in. I like to create images not just to take them, to interact with the subject. I like to direct``, Bojan Bjedov

It's good to be me

Ageism is stereotyping and/or discrimination against individuals or groups on the basis of their age. This may be casual or systematic. The term was coined in 1969 by Robert Neil Butler to describe discrimination against seniors, and patterned on sexism and racism. Butler defined ``ageism`` as a combination of three connected elements. Among them were prejudicial attitudes towards older people, old age, and the aging process; discriminatory practices against older people; and institutional practices and policies that perpetuate stereotypes about elderly people.

OMA breaks all stereotypes!

It's good to be me

“I like photographing women who appear to know something of life. I recently did a session with a great beauty, a movie star in her thirties. I photographed her twice within three weeks and the second time I said: ``You're much more beautiful today than you were three weeks ago.`` And she replied: ``But I'm also three weeks older.”
― Helmut Newton, White Women

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