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."

"The word legacy comes to mind when we think of the life and work of Jim Marshall. Unparalleled access to icons such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding and Johnny Cash bestow a distinction no other photographer can claim: a non-performance Grammy! In this discussion his former assistant and current owner of the Jim Marshall estate, Amelia Davis, shares lively stories of this celebrated icon."

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