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Annie Leibovitz: Annie Leibovitz. Annie Leibovitz
Annie Leibovitz
Annie Leibovitz defined the style of celebrity portrait as caricature in the eighties working for Rolling Stone magazine. Her images of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Bette Middler... More
  Jan Groover: Jan Groover. Jan Groover
Jan Groover
From photographer Tina Barney comes this exceptional documentary of Jan Groover's life and work. It is beautifully filmed, reproduces many of the artist's photographs... More
     
John Szarkowski: A Life in Photography. John Szarkowski
A Life in Photography
Featuring extensive interviews with John Szarkowski, Joel Meyerowitz, Thomas Roma, Peter Galassi, and Maria Morris Hambourg, this film boasts an in... More
  Harry Callahan: Harry Callahan. Harry Callahan
Harry Callahan
Documenting one of the great masters of twentieth century photography, this video portrays the quiet elegance that made him so influential... More
     
Andre Kertesz: Andre Kertész. Andre Kertesz
Andre Kertész
This video documentary focuses on the life and work of Andre Kertész. It presents the artist "in his own words, explaining his pictures and sharing his memories--provincial life in Hungary... More
  Edward Steichen: Edward Steichen. Edward Steichen
Edward Steichen
"This documentary was made in 1964 when Edward Steichen was 86. He reflects on his life and comments on many of his photographs... More
     
Dorothea Lange: Dorothea Lange. Dorothea Lange
Dorothea Lange
This newly produced hour-long film on the great American photographer Dorothea Lange, brings to life five decades of American history through her own photographs and insights... More
  Duane Michals: Duane Michals. Duane Michals
Duane Michals
"The humorous sinister surrealism of Michal's sequential photo-narratives provides a perfect subject for this film in which editing, sound effects and Michal's own voice... More
     
Lauren Greenfield: kids + money. Lauren Greenfield
kids + money
"kids + money is a conversation with young people from diverse Los Angeles communities about the role of money in their lives. From rich to poor, Pacific Palisades to East L.A... More
  Philippe Seclier: An American Journey. In Robert Frank Philippe Seclier
An American Journey. In Robert Frank's Footsteps
"Robert Frank’s The Americans (1958) transformed the landscape of contemporary photography. An exile from Europe, Frank criss-crossed the United States with his camera... More
     
Albert Maysles: The Gates. The 26-Year Journey of Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Albert Maysles
The Gates. The 26-Year Journey of Christo and Jeanne-Claude
"Albert Maysles and his brother David (who died in 1987), who are best known for such films as Salesman, Grey Gardens, Gimme Shelter, began filming THE GATES in 1979... More
  Henri Cartier-Bresson: Henri Cartier-Bresson. Henri Cartier-Bresson
Henri Cartier-Bresson
"This Limited Edition Boxed Set features works by Henri Cartier-Bresson plus short films and several documentaries about the legendary photographer and his work... More
     
Christian Klinger: Fragile. Christian Klinger
Fragile
"FRAGILE is a film about photography in the Post Soviet Era in St. Petersburg. It looks at the bitter elegance of this town, it’s citizen and the tender and graceful models of Evgeny Mokhorev... More
  Susan Meiselas: Pictures from a Revolution. Susan Meiselas
Pictures from a Revolution
"In this lively, intellectually stimulating discourse on the power of images, renowned photojournalist Susan Meiselas returns to the scenes of a revolution she witnessed and captured with her camera... More
     
Debbie Fleming Caffery: Debbie Fleming Caffery. Debbie Fleming Caffery
Debbie Fleming Caffery
"This latest edition features Debbie Fleming Caffery, who has been documenting the Louisiana sugar cane harvest, the plight of prostitutes in Mexican brothels... More
  Cindy Sherman: Transformations. Cindy Sherman
Transformations
"Cindy Sherman's photography explores the place of women in society and culture through the artist's "self... More
     
Steven Cantor: What Remains. Steven Cantor
What Remains
"“One of the most exquisitely intimate portraits not only of an artist’s process, but also of a marriage and a life.”
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  Edward S. Curtis: The Indian Picture Opera. Edward S. Curtis
The Indian Picture Opera
"In the early 1900's, legendary photographer Edward S. Curtis published the renowned 20-volume book subscription entitled "The North American Indian"... More
     
Dan Estabrook: The Photographers Series: Dan Estabrook Dan Estabrook
The Photographers Series: Dan Estabrook
"This new edition to the series looks at one of today’s most innovative artists. Working exclusively in 19th century processes, Dan Estabrook produces intimate... More
  Walter Pfeiffer: The Plaza, Kawasaki Cut, Music For Millions. Walter Pfeiffer
The Plaza, Kawasaki Cut, Music For Millions
"Walter Pfeiffer began practicing photography in the 1970s with no technical ambition, but with the will to provide a new visual vocabulary for beauty, eroticism and freedom of spirit... More
 
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