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Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable

Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable is a movie starring Geoff Dyer, Jeffrey Fraenkel, and Susan Kismaric. A documentary about an important American still photographer who captured New York City in the 1960s (his work...

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sasha Waters Freyer
Geoff Dyer, Erin O'Toole, Susan Kismaric, Jeffrey Fraenkel
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary about an important American still photographer who captured New York City in the 1960s (his work there is said to have influenced the TV show Mad Men) and later the West in Texas and Los Angeles.

Comments about documentary «Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable» (14)

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A very interesting documentary on Garry Winogrand's life. I loved this movie, it was very entertaining. After seeing this movie I still didn't know how Garry Winogrand was able to do what he did in the world of photography. But now I know how he achieved the results he did. I also learned a lot about how the world is and how people try to control it. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in photography.

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Anna M.

I first saw this documentary at a film festival in New York City, and I was blown away by how the filmmaker portrayed a culture of taboo and survival at the time. It is impossible to watch this film today and not be reminded of the countless young men who were in the same situation as the narrator. The filmmaker's ability to capture the reality of this period is stunning. I cannot recommend this film highly enough. Highly recommended.

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Raymond Black

I recently discovered a book entitled "All Things Are Photographable". It is a film that really shines in its details. I hope it gets the distribution it deserves. This film is about how the media (and society) really operates, and how people can't easily differentiate between fact and fiction. It also talks about the way people tell each other stories, even when they are not telling the truth. There are many scenes where the people in the theatre can be heard talking about the film and other scenes where they are simply watching the film. It is really interesting to watch how different people come to the same conclusion. The film also talks about how people can be friends and friends can be enemies, but it is also about how people need to realize that people really aren't like the media they see on TV, newspapers, and magazines. The film is short, and it goes very fast. It was a great introduction to the concept of "all things are photographable".

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Julie Matthews

I can only recommend this film to anyone that is either a fan of the genre, or someone that has a keen interest in photography. To anyone else, this film will bore you to tears.

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Margaret Patterson

What can I say about this film, it's more than a documentary but more than a story, it's an experience. It's a meditation on the meaning of life, of death, of how we live and die. A slow burn, but it's well worth the experience. It has a great cast, and the voice of Dennis Quaid is simply mesmerizing. All in all, a must see.

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Doris K.

I just saw this movie for the first time and I thought it was amazing. Although there was a bit of a cliche in the ending, it made sense and was executed perfectly. I thought the documentary style of the movie was nice and was able to portray the emotions of the subject as he was going through a very difficult time. The only flaw was that I think there could have been a bit more background information given on the relationship between the two leaders of the program, but I'm sure this is a common practice in many documentaries. Overall, I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the truth behind the Iraq war. I would also recommend the people who have not seen the movie to watch it. I think it would be very interesting to learn what it is that is being hidden from the public.

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This is a great film about photography, and how it changed the world. It's an inspiring documentary about the birth of the camera, how it influenced photography, and how it was a gift that changed everything. It's a great story of how photography was born, and how it shaped the world around us. It's also a story of the fight against a company that was monopolizing the world. But it's not just about the camera. It's a story of how the camera changed the world and how it changed the world. It's an amazing story, and I hope that anyone who watches it will learn a lot from it.

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Garry Winogrand is a brilliant film-maker and documentary maker. It's clear that he has an immense amount of compassion for the people of Brazil. His films are very beautiful and compelling. The images and the feelings behind them are so well put together. This film is just so heart-warming. There are so many things that it tells us about Brazil. The new age in Brazil is one of joy, creativity, and happiness. He also shows that we have some of the most beautiful and friendly people on earth. There is such a good chemistry between Winogrand and the people of Brazil. It's clear that they have a good understanding of each other and that they have a great respect for each other. I absolutely loved this film!

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In spite of many years of writing articles and other writings, I can honestly say that I have never seen a documentary more effective in exposing the hypocrisies and insecurities of our society. I know that some might consider me biased, as I am also the nephew of Dr. Martine Ware, the founder of The Science of Love and Life (SOL). But, in my opinion, the film is a tribute to Dr. Ware. She was a very gifted and very determined woman who fought for the promotion of unconditional love in a society that has turned its back on such a passion. While I cannot say that the film is entirely accurate, the emotional impact of this movie cannot be denied.

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This film captures the depth of the hidden reality of human trafficking in the UK. This is a shocking documentary which tells the story of a criminal gang operating in the UK who provide themselves with young women to sell them to the highest bidder. When these women get to London, they are offered to wealthy men who recruit them to become prostitutes. The girls are often very vulnerable and the traffickers have a simple agenda - they want to get paid for their services, so they take the girls to a room and demand the money from them. This is a documentary which is extremely disturbing, but it is also a brilliant documentary, one which should be seen by everyone. The film also draws attention to the lack of progress in the UK to tackle the issue of human trafficking and even if we didn't know about this particular film, the knowledge which it is bringing to the UK could make a huge difference. This documentary is extremely powerful, it is both shocking and funny, it is also important and hopefully this will help to increase awareness of this issue, so that we can do more to combat it.

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Alexander Myers

This is a wonderful film about the life of one of the great American film-makers of the 20th century. It is truly one of the most important films of the 20th century, and one of the greatest films ever made. The film is set in the 1950's, and deals with his life, from his early days as a young film-maker in New York City, to his success as a director, to his personal life. The film is beautifully shot, and the acting is wonderful. It is also well-made. If you have not seen this film yet, I recommend you do so immediately. It is a film you will want to see again.

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Madison B.

I love this documentary and it gives me the chills when i watch it. The documentary is very interesting because it takes you through different aspects of the life of a musician and it is very touching. Also the director and the writer have done a great job with the camera and the editing. And the sound track is also great. So what if i say it is a great documentary because it is great for the fans who love to watch music. I also love this documentary because it is a great eye-opener and it shows you things that you would never know about yourself or the people around you.

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Christian T.

Won't miss this if you liked "No Man's Land" or "Das Boot". The small "media" outlets that are in the U.S.A. must have this on tape or DVD. A lot of work is being done with the "digital image" of the US military. Even if it's just a few clips of military uniforms. In this film, we see a small group of soldiers. They talk about their experiences with the Vietnam War, the U.S. Government, the people who helped them, and the mistakes of war. The film is a lot of talk and little action. Some people ask: "What did you learn from this film?" That's a good question. It is a good film because it's a real documentary. Some people say that "in the '60s, the Vietnam War was over and people were happy." Well, no, not in the U.S.A. At the end of the war, you saw people who had lost everything. And you got to see how they reacted. That's what a good documentary is all about. And what we are getting here is a documentary that is a lot of talk and little action.

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Dorothy V.

This is a great movie, and a documentary on the man himself. It's the same as any other documentary, but it's one that's about something that is really important to him, and he's not about to let anyone else tell him what to do. So it's an interview, but it's also a character study. It's a great thing to watch, and if you're looking for a documentary about the founder of the Beats, this is your film.