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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
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Sasha Waters Freyer
Actors
Erin O'Toole, Susan Kismaric, Geoff Dyer, Jeffrey Fraenkel
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, 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» (17)

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Samuel Mendez

This documentary about the "wonderful" and "beautiful" British film industry, with some interesting comments about how the British film industry differs from the American one. There is also some information about the British film industry and some of the directors and actors who are behind the films, and some comments about the film industry in general. The film is not too long, but it does seem a bit too long, with a lot of talking about the British film industry and it's importance. It is definitely not an awful documentary, but it could have been better. I thought it would have been more interesting to have some of the directors and actors interviewed, to explain why they are doing what they do. The film does not really talk about the films that they made, and how they are received, but they do talk about the directors and actors behind the films, and some of the films they have made. Overall, I liked it, but it is not a great documentary. It is definitely worth watching, but it is not a great documentary. It is interesting, but it is not that great.

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Dorothy

I went to see this film in a packed theater in Chicago. I had no idea what it was about. I wanted to know what it was about, but I had no idea. I am not sure that I have ever seen a film that I didn't like, and this is not one of those films. It was a bit of a journey. I found myself being drawn in, wanting to know more about it. I would have liked to have seen more of the documentary. I think the film was very well done. I would have liked to have seen more of the filmmaker's previous work. It was a good documentary, but not great. I would recommend it to people who want to see a different kind of film. It was a good film, but not great.

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Mary Evans

I have been a fan of Garry Winogrand since he was a young teenager. I loved him as a photographer and I was looking forward to seeing his documentary about photography. The film is very well made, with excellent interviews with people involved in the photographic industry. The director, A.C. Lee, does a great job of keeping the audience involved in the film and the story. The film is very well done, but the real story is the people who are involved in the industry. There are many wonderful interviews with people involved in the photography industry, such as Roy Lichtenstein, Erich Kern, and others. The film is very interesting and has some very interesting things to say about the photography industry. I was really impressed by the documentary. It is a must see for any photographer, or anyone who is interested in photography, or photography in general.

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Kimberly F.

With so many high profile people losing their lives in these accidents, it's interesting to hear what happened and what they did. It's clear that they made many mistakes but it is still pretty much all a joke. Overall, the documentary is pretty good and makes a good contribution to what is happening in accidents. It's interesting to see how the car manufacturers are responding to the problems.

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Tyler B.

I've recently seen this documentary for the first time. I was wondering how it could possibly fit in such a short period of time. The idea is awesome. What do you do when you have an idea that you are sure is absolutely great, but not really knowing how to execute it. I would call it a time travel dream. It was incredibly creative and well thought out. The whole project is something I can only learn from. It's a must see.

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Juan S.

I had the opportunity to meet Garry Winogrand in person, in 1986, at the University of California at Davis, as he was doing a seminar. He was on his way to London to promote the film of his book "All Things are Photographable." The film version of his book had already been released in the United States, but we had a chance to talk about it and see the print. He was very nice, thoughtful, and gracious, and I found it very interesting and inspiring. I'm also glad to know that he's still doing what he does. The film is an excellent book and a good story. It will have an impact on those who have not seen the film and those who have seen the film will probably get a good feel for what Garry was trying to accomplish. I hope that it's successful and that he'll continue to write books, promote films, and fight the good fight. That's why I'm still going to watch "All Things are Photographable."

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Bruce W.

I just finished watching it, and my only regret is that I was unable to see more of the director's life and work. I was totally overwhelmed by his stunningly and starkly honest and creative style, and his ability to transform a meager budget into a truly inspirational and beautiful documentary. I am extremely grateful to this man and his incredible vision for this film. I know I am in for a tremendous amount of pain, pain of seeing a dream ruined, pain of feeling betrayed by a society that I really believed could help, but I feel like I got an extremely honest look at a few aspects of the artist's life that I could not have imagined. I don't have a lot of time for drama and this documentary was a very moving and insightful look into that. I believe this documentary should be seen by everyone and seen by a lot of people who have no idea who the man is and who he is to this day. I highly recommend this film to everyone, and I think it is a must-see. It is a truly inspirational film.

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Carl F.

If you want to know what life is all about - start with this book, and then your life will be richer. Not only because of what you'll learn about yourself but what you will learn about the people around you. You won't be embarrassed for your own choices, nor you'll be afraid to be alone. You will learn the difference between the ordinary and the extraordinary. I think this film is the perfect example of how to use documentary-style storytelling to make an impact on someone's life. I watched this film in the cinema with a group of friends, and everyone in the audience seemed to be impressed. I think that this film has an impact similar to that of a play. The documentary film-makers were successful in making an impact on the audience that is very similar to that of a play. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about their own life.

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Virginia M.

I saw this documentary on "Dr. Phil" and have to say it was a very well done documentary. The subjects are very easy to relate to. You get the impression that most people are in some way or another affected by these issues. I think the subjects were very authentic and the editing was very well done. I am a physician and a parent of a child with a very severe form of autism. I have seen many children like her. The interviews were very well done. They did not focus on any one topic but just as they did with the other documentaries, gave you the whole story. I thought the editing was very good. I think this is a great documentary that I would recommend to all parents and friends of children with Autism. I would love to see more documentaries that focus on a child's autism and their parents. I think that a lot of people may not have seen the documentary and should be informed about what autism is. My name is Kelli Cansinos and I am a student in MSIC. My son (Connor) is on the spectrum and has been diagnosed as having a very severe form of autism. The documentary gave me a lot of information about Connor's day to day life. It showed me that Connor's is very much a part of our family. It also showed that Connor is a very unique individual and that his unique lifestyle is very important to us. I also think that this documentary was very educational. I learned so much about autism and I am not a doctor. I just want to share what I learned and encourage everyone to watch it and learn more.

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Cheryl R.

Very well done documentary about a painter who was convicted of murder and sentenced to death for the murder of a young boy. From the opening shots, it takes you to the courtroom, to the prison, to the carpenter's yard, and then the farm. All the portraits are shot in a very rich and artistic way. The film explores many issues, including the practice of death penalty, the resistance to change, and the violence of the images used in court. The artist's voice is captured, and he expresses his frustrations, such as when the judge says that he doesn't need the "proceduralities" to determine guilt. The shots in the gallery of the gallery are interesting in showing the studio used for his work, and how it was built. The shooting of the farm, with the stars circling in the sky and the faces of the farm hands in the frame, shows the connection between the past and the present. The only problem I have with the film is that the narrator never appears. I'm sure it was just a production problem, but I don't think that it was an issue with the film. The film was a good documentary and a great show for people who are interested in this art.

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Crystal

It's a little bit of a shock that this documentary is about Garry Winogrand, one of the most famous and successful rock musicians of the last half century. You don't have to be a rock star to understand the importance of this guy's work, but the documentary does show that he was also a great human being, who also had a lot of talent. The subject is one of his earliest recordings, "Can't Help Falling In Love" (the song is credited to a woman named Peg) that was recorded on a small budget in 1964. It's a great song, but what makes this documentary stand out is the way it's done. It's very engaging and entertaining, and there are some really great interviews with people who knew him or worked with him. I would recommend this documentary to anybody who is interested in the history of music. It's not a great documentary, but it's a great one.

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George S.

This documentary on the life and work of Garry Winogrand is very interesting and informative. This documentary covers everything you could want to know about Garry Winogrand. It does not have a lot of interviews but it does give you an idea of what he was like. The documentary also shows how he got started in the game industry. This is definitely worth seeing. I give it a B+.

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Ronald W.

This is a very good film, but some parts of it are just downright disturbing. It does not make any sense, but there are parts where it is clear it makes sense. It's a disturbing documentary about the way many artists cope with the depression and how they deal with death and it is very well done. It's a good documentary, but some parts are just disturbing. I would recommend it to anyone who likes good documentary films, or if you want to understand what it is like to be a victim of depression. 10/10

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Brandon Murphy

Great Documentary about Art. But, instead of some Art that will be undiscovered, we get the taste of it and the knowledge of what you could have and it could have been. We get to know more about the artist and how their work can be looked at on a personal level. We see the work they have done, we see the impact of their work, we hear them talk about their work, we see the artist. But the film goes deeper into the art, and we see that art is about a person, it's about being a person and finding yourself. And that's what the movie is about. It's about the artist and what they go through, and what they have to say and why they have to say it. This is great Documentary. But the Art itself is the only thing we can truly see, and it's been pretty much ignored by many.

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Beverly F.

It is such a shame that this film was not included in the selection of the outstanding docs at the Academy Awards. I think the problem was due to the fact that the film's central theme is an essential one for the ongoing fight against AIDS. When AIDS was just beginning to get attention in the 1970's, it was "just a couple of gay men". What is often forgotten today is that there was much more to it than that. The documentary was so timely because it told the story of how the virus could kill people without leaving an identifiable mark on their bodies. When it was discovered that AIDS could be passed from mother to child, many people in the West were skeptical. It wasn't until the early 1990's that the virus was discovered in a laboratory in the UK. Since then, there have been several studies done on how it affects the immune system and how it causes mutations in the virus. This documentary had the power to make people aware of the virus and make them aware of how important it is to stop it spreading and stopping its spread. This film had the power to make people aware of the disease, make them see that the battle against AIDS is much more than just preventing its spread, and make them see that we must do everything possible to stop the virus from spreading. This documentary shows the world that people are coming together to fight against AIDS, and that we must all be united to stop it. The film was so timely because it showed the fight against AIDS at a time when it was still being thought of as a "gay disease". I was very surprised to see the Director at the screening, and he seemed to be a person of principle in this film, as well as the other people in the film.

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Wayne

The notion of creating a documentary on Garry Winogrand is a brilliant one. Many filmmakers have attempted to tell his story, but the stories that have come out of them have been either misleading or completely inaccurate. This documentary takes a very different approach to telling the story of the life of this man. Not only does the documentary make reference to the events that have come out of the film, but the documentary contains numerous interviews with people involved in the film. This is where the documentary really excels. Not only does it offer insight into the life of this incredible man, but it also shows us just how hard it is to make a film about an individual like Garry Winogrand. Through the interviews, we get a sense of what it takes to actually make a documentary. We get the sense that this man was really no ordinary man, and that the documentary is telling the story of a man who was once one of the greatest filmmakers in the world. It also gives a sense of just how hard it was to make this film, but also how important it was to make a documentary on such a man. We learn that he was far from perfect, and that it took a lot of money and some of the greatest filmmakers of the world to finally bring him to the forefront. By the end of the film, we learn that he was not just an ordinary man, but one who has had a tremendous impact on the world, and a lot of people's lives. It is also really interesting to see just how many people were involved in the making of this film. Some of them are the filmmakers, some of them are the actors, and some of them are friends of his. Some of the interviews are short, some of them are very long, and some of them are really short. The film takes a lot of time to get through, but in the end, it is truly worth it. It is a film that should be shown in the schools. This documentary should be shown to anyone interested in the film. Not only does it show a man whose life was amazing, but it also shows that there are plenty of other amazing filmmakers out there who would not have the resources that the people in this documentary had. In closing, I highly recommend this film. It is extremely well made, it gives a sense of just how much money it took to make this film, and it also tells the story of a man who is one of the most important figures in the history of film. The documentary is very entertaining, and it is a documentary that should be shown in school to anyone who is interested in the history of film. I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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Lori Ruiz

This is a really good documentary, I would recommend it to anyone. It's like a traditional documentary, but it really takes you through a lot of the world's most important things. There are so many stories that are told about the photos, how it affects people and the people in power and the people that don't want the government to know, and how the other side tries to be as good as the good guy. I would say that it's a must watch for everyone. The documentary shows the history of photography, with the story of how it got started and how it has affected people in different ways. The documentary also shows a lot of stories of photographers, all of which are fascinating. I'm sure you will have your own story of how you have developed in photography or what it means to be a photographer. I also think it's really important to realize that photography is not just a subject, but it is the subject of many cultures, many countries, many religions, and many peoples. So, I highly recommend this documentary for everyone, because it's really good.