A boxing match in Brooklyn; Life in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina; A daily routine of a Nigerian ebenu; A sincere family memoir at home: these staging and others touch Cameraperson, a watermarked documentary film about director Kirsten Johnson’s twenty-five year career. In a series of consecutive turns, Johnson explores the complex interplay between the relationship between image producers and objects, the tension between camera objectivity and intervention, and the unfiltered reality versus prepared narrative. Combining documentary, autobiography and ethical inquiry, Cameraperson brings a thoughtful review and insight into the personal journey of a filmmaker and the meaning of raising a camera to the rest of the world. Kirsten Johnson, who took the role behind the camera, has been reaching wide shots in the world for decades. An inquiry that reveals the courageous moments of visuality and the power of the camera.