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Photographer Gillian Laub documents a divisive murder case in a small Georgia town, one year after the town merged its segregated proms, and during a contentious campaign to elect the county's first African American sheriff.
America and Lewis Hine is an award-winning documentary narrated by Jason Robards, Jr. and Maureen Stapleton, which portrays the life and times of America's pioneer social photographer, Lewis Hine, who recorded the development of industrial America.
Can creative vision succeed where eyesight fails? This film explores the artistry and innovation of Pete Eckert, Bruce Hall and Henry Butler--three photographers whose luminous work can help us see the world through blind eyes.
Acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi takes a look at the future of San Francisco, where the invasion of the tech elite is causing economic divisions and upheaval in a city that has long been the counter-culture capital of the U.S.