The French and American photographer Vivian Maier stays a long time as confidential artist because nobody knows her work and no art galleries have exhibited her. She worked as nurse for families belonging to the upper class and spends her free time in photographing. Earlier Vivian Maier learns how pictures making with a mother friend and begins with a very rudimentary camera. During the 1950's she will buy a Rolleiflex and does more sophisticated work. Vivian Maier never develops her own negatives but put them together inside two hundred cartridges she keeps with her near the place she lives in. Her work has been discovered by hazard when the former real estate agent John Maloof becoming new art historian puts on line the Vivian Maier pictures he has developed. It would be a great success and Maloof decides to direct a documentary names "Looking for Vivian Maier" awarded at the 2019 Academy awards ceremony. The Vivian Maier pictures builds a line between the free American pictures and the French humanist school showing the influence of her both cultures. She choreographs the New - York and Chicago street scenes playing with shadows, people or light. Her way of doing translates the influence of picture making and film directing.