Amelia Davis is the featured guest in Episode 572 of "Candid Frame," a photography-centered podcast series. Here her wonderful broadcast about the acclaimed documentary "Show Me the Picture: the Story of Jim Marshall," which is being shown in select US venues, and is streaming online at APPLETV and

An exhibition of Jim Marshall's iconic photography is on the road again, with its first stop in Germany. The show, entitled Jim Marshall's 1967, debuted to much fanfare at the stunning Stadtgalerie Kiel in Kiel, Germany. Check out the official welcoming video above.

Stories behind Jim Marshall's enduring iconic images are retold by Amelia Davis, Jim's longtime assistant and owner of Jim Marshall Photography LLC in a special #LeicaConversations, hosted by SmugMug+Flickr's Alastair Jolly.

#LeicaConversations Program
Title: You Never Know Where the Music Will Take You
Program Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Program Time: 4 PM ET / 1 PM PT
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Show Me The Picture: the Story of Jim Marshall , the recent documentary about the life and times of the celebrated bad boy of photography and his famous friends, has been nominated for a Grierson Award in the category Best Arts or Music Documentary. The prestigious Grierson Awards "celebrate documentaries from Britain and abroad that have made a significant contribution to the genre and that demonstrate quality, integrity, creativity, originality and overall excellence."

From B&W Magazine Issue 141, Mark Edward Harris reviews Jim Marshall: Show Me the Picture, which, he says, "should take center stage on a coffee table in the here and now."

KRON's Marty Gonzalez interviews "Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall" executive producer Amelia Davis and director Alfred George Baily about the legendary photographer and the documenatry film about his life, which was an official selection of the SFFilm Festival.

Invitation from the San Francisco Art Exchange:

Join Us at an Exclusive Event & Meet Filmmaker Alfred George Bailey!

Rare Jim Marshall Photos of Bob Dylan, Zeppelin, Stones Preview SXSW Doc Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)
"Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall" turns a lens on the photographer of some of rock’s most iconic images.

Rolling Stone magazine names 'SHOW ME THE PICTURE: THE STORY OF JIM MARSHALL' one of the 25 films to see at SXSW 2019.

Says Rolling Stone senior editor and critic David Fear: "Alfred George Bailey’s portrait of the famed photographer reminds you that Marshall didn’t just shoot some of the most iconic rock & roll pictures but chronicled the times he lived in. It also doesn’t shy away from what a walking contradiction he was: a Haight Ashbury hippie with anger issues, a mercurial man who was equally fascinated with peace signs and firearms."