Jim Marshall explodes on the San Francisco scene – and in front of the screen – as the subject of a new documentary about the lensman renowned as the greatest music photographer of our time.

Jim Marshall World-Premiere Documentary at SXSW 2019

Jim Marshall steps out from behind the camera in the documentary 'SHOW ME THE PICTURE,' making its world premiere at the SXSW 2019 Film Festival on March 15. This 92-minute film, directed by Alfred George Bailey, examines the incredible life, turbulent times and iconic images of the Grammy Award-winning photographer, who defined music photography. Info on venues and showtimes is at http://bit.ly/SXSW-JimMarshallDocumentary.

Video by publisher reelartpress of the book "Johnny Cash at Folsom and San Quentin: Photographs by Jim Marshall."

The making of the Johnny Cash at Folsom tribute mural in Sacramento by Shepard Fairey. The artwork commemorates the 50th aniiversary of Johnny Cash's famed concert on the prison.

Narrated video tour of the Haight Street mural, a collaboration of Jim Marshall Photography LLC and Wells Fargo.

Unveiled on June 7, Well's Fargo's new outdoor mural and indoor art gallery, which feature the photography of Jim Marshall at the bank's 1726 Haight Street branch, tells the story of the street’s role as the birthplace of the '60s counterculture movement.

As part of the June 7 dedication, Wells Fargo donated $7,500 to the Jim Marshall Fellowships in Photography, a  program of the Center for Photography at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. These fellowships fund visual reporting and research for up to eight Center for Photography  students each year.

Book trailer for 'Peace,' published in September 2016 by Reel Art Press.

From Reel Art Press and BMG Books, a new book featuring Jim Marshall's photography of Johnny Cash at Folsom and San Quentin prisons.

Official video trailer for Jim Marshall's book "Jazz Festival."