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Category: Documentary


Lies, deception, and the dangerous search for truth. Five young reporters take on a superpower – and who wins? Dateline-Saigon is the story of five young journalists whose courageous reporting during the early years of the Vietnam War in the face of fierce opposition – and worse – from government is uncannily relevant to challenges journalists face today.

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Garry Winogrand and the End of an Era<

A complex portrait of the photographer emerges in the documentary All Things are Photographable directed by Sasha Waters Freyer. In the opening scenes of the film Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable , one can hear Winogrand’s thickset, buttery Bronx voice as he explains to an unseen person that the photograph is an illusion, that it can only capture what the camera sees in a particular time and space.

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Eugene Richards: The Run-On of Time

One of the most respected photographers of his generation, Eugene Richards has devoted his career to exploring profound aspects of human experience. Birth, death, family, and the grinding effects of poverty and prejudice, as well as the mental and physical health of individuals and communities, are recurring themes of his work.

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