Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable
DIRECTOR: Sasha Waters Freyer 2018 Tacoma Film Festival Official Selection
Garry Winogrand may be the foremost chronicler of post-World War II America. His photographs — from the streets of New York to the expanses of Texas and the heart of Hollywood — provide a rich portrait of a nation in transition. This gorgeous and lively film illustrates why many consider Winogrand to be the central photographer of his generation.
The film puts his work convincingly and revealingly into the context of his turbulent life and the passionate politics of the times.Richard Brody, New Yorker