AMERICA AND LEWIS HINE

AMERICA AND LEWIS HINE

    Price: $265.00

    Code: 1138
    Format: DVD

    Directed by Nina Rosenblum
    1984, 56 minutes
    Purchase: $265 | Classroom Rental: $125

    Portrays the life of America's pioneer social photographer, Lewis Hine (1874-1940), who recorded the waves of immigration around the turn of the century and the development of industrial America during the first four decades of the 20th century, from the sweatshops of New York's Lower East Side to the mines, mills and factories across the nation. The video blends Hine's photos with historical footage and interviews.



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    Festivals & Awards

    * First Prize, National Educational Film Festival
    * Exceptional Creative Achievement Award, International Documentary Association
    * Booklist Nonprint Editor's Choice, American Library Association


    Reviews

    "One of the most wonderful and moving films I have ever seen and certainly by far the best film ever made on the life of a photographer."-The Photo Review

    "Remarkable...engrossing."-Choice (American Library Association)