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Bill Viola: Hatsu-Yume (First Dream). Bill Viola
Hatsu-Yume (First Dream)
"Hatsu-Yume is a spiritual allegory equating light and dark with life and death. It was pro­duced in Japan in 1981 while Viola was artist-in-residence at the Sony Corporation... More
  Bill Viola: I Do Not Know What It Is I Am Like. Bill Viola
I Do Not Know What It Is I Am Like
"An epic journey in five chapters, I Do Not Know What It Is I Am Like is a personal investigation into the inner states and connections to the animal consciousness we all possess... More
     
Rem Koohaus: Lagos Wide and Close. Rem Koohaus
Lagos Wide and Close
"Lagos, home to an estimated 15 million people, is a dangerous, polluted and dysfunctional city. Architect Rem Koolhaas, with the help of documentary filmmaker Bregtje van der Haak... More
  Roger Ballen: Memento Mori/Self-Portrait DVD. Roger Ballen
Memento Mori/Self-Portrait DVD
"Celebrated photographer, Roger Ballen, is best known for his powerful and disturbing psychological studies of humans and animals interacting in isolated and alienating environments... More
     
Photojournalism: Contacts.1. Photojournalism
Contacts.1
"The world's greatest photographers reveal the secrets behind their images in this collection of short, personal films. Using images (contact prints, proofs, prints... More
  Contemporary Photography: Contacts.2. Contemporary Photography
Contacts.2
"The world's greatest photographers reveal the secrets behind their images in this collection of short, personal films. Using images (contact prints, proofs, prints... More
     
Conceptual Photography: Contacts.3. Conceptual Photography
Contacts.3
"The world's greatest photographers reveal the secrets behind their images in this collection of short, personal films. Using images (contact prints, proofs, prints... More
  David Lachapelle: Rize. David Lachapelle
Rize
"Photographer David LaChapelle explores the fascinating and infectious style of hip-hop dancing known as krumping in his feature-length film debut. Created in Los Angeles in the wake of the 1992 riots... More
     
Zana Briski: Born Into Brothels. Zana Briski
Born Into Brothels
"New York-based photographer Zana Briski traveled to Calcutta in the mid-1990's and distributed cameras to some of the children living in the brothels to teach them photography. Their story... More
  Diane Arbus: Diane Arbus. Diane Arbus
Diane Arbus
Richard Avedon once said of Diane Arbus, "Nothing about her life, her photographs or her death was accidental or ordinary. They were mysterious and decisive and unimaginable except to her... More
     
Berenice Abbott: Berenice Abbott. Berenice Abbott
Berenice Abbott
"Critics place Berenice Abbott at the head of her class; she was one of the greatest American photographers of the 20th Century. From her portraits of the avant-garde taken in Paris during the 1920's... More
  Godfrey Reggio: Koyaanisqatsi. Godfrey Reggio
Koyaanisqatsi
"KOYAANISQATSI, Reggio's debut as a film director and producer, is the first film of the QATSI trilogy. The title is a Hopi Indian word meaning "life out of balance." Created between 1975 and 1982... More
     
Ron Fricke: Baraka. Ron Fricke
Baraka
"Baraka, an ancient Sufi word with forms in many languages, translates as a blessng, or as the breath or essence of life from which the evolutionary process unfolds... More
  Martin Parr: Martin Parr Martin Parr
Martin Parr's Moving Pictures
This new DVD includes Martin Parr's film "Think of England" along with 12 short films Parr produced for a BBC series titled "United Kingdom"... More
     
Robert Frank: Pull My Daisy. Robert Frank
Pull My Daisy
"Pull My Daisy is a collectable object containing Robert Frank’s famous film of 1959 on DVD; a text booklet with an introduction, the transcript of the film and lyrics to the opening song; and a photo... 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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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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