American Photography

DVD/VHS videos


Alfred Stieglitz, Photographer is a 30 minute 1998 video by Paul Falkenberg, Museum at Large, Ltd. from the Museum of Modern Art Collectors series produced by Kultur Video -- This film profile is narrated by friends and artists who knew Stieglitz well: Ansel Adams, Aaron Copland, Isamu Noguchi, and others. Red Ribbon, American Film Festival.

"Celebrates the achievements of a seminal figure in the history of photography and of modern art in America, Alfred Stieglitz (1864--1946). Drawn from Stieglitz' own observations and reminiscences of various people who knew him well, including Ansel Adams, Mary Steichen Calderone, Harold Clurman, Aaron Copland, Arnold Newman, and Isamu Noguchi." [1]

Alfred Stieglitz: The Eloquent Eye is a 90 minute 2000 American Masters series WNET video directed by Perry Miller Adato.

From the Back Cover: "Stieglitz, who is revered as one of the most innovative photographers of the 20th century, played a primary role in fostering new talent. Through his three galleries in New York City, he mentored emerging artists such as Arthur Dove, Marsden Hartley, Ansel Adams, Eliot Porter and Georgia O'Keeffe; and introduced avant-garde Europeans such as Henri Matisse, Paul Cezanne, Auguste Rodin and Pablo Picasso.... This revealing look at "The Father of Modern Photography" features a rare interview with Georgia O'Keeffe, Stieglitz's wife and muse, as well as archival footage of other artistic giants he inspired, including Edward Steichen and John Marin. Additionally, the film presents countless images from the Stieglitz archives, ranging from early European peasant life to later views of New York's urban landscape."

"Surveys the life and achievements of Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) who played a major role in introducing America to modern art while championing the elevation of photography as an art form. Arthur Dove, Marsden Hartley and Georgia O'Keeffe were just a few of the first wave of American artists whom Stieglitz mentored through his three influential galleries in New York City. It was there also that he introduced America to European masters Matisse, Cezanne, Rodin and Picasso. At the same time he was exhibiting the best artists of the period, Stieglitz' own impressive body of photographic work firmly established him as one of the leading artists of the 20th century." [1] VHS/DVD

An Afternoon with William Wegman. from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1991 (available through Las Positas College Library)

Andre Kertesz is a 30-minute video from the Masters of Photography series. A fascinating glimpse of Kertesz in his Washington Square apartment, spreading his images on the dining room table and talking about how they came into being. A rare look at one of the masters of photography. (video description courtesy of International Center of Photography)

Annie Leibovitz: Celebrity Photographer is a portrait of the celebrated portrait photographer known for her famous subjects. Annie Leibovitz began her professional career at Rolling Stone and became Vanity Fair's first contributing photographer, and one of the highest paid photographers of our day. VHS/DVD. This 51 minute 1993 program produced by RM Arts; Middlemarch Films from the South Bank Show series, produced for London Weekend Television, contains nudity and explicit language and is directed by Rebecca Frayn.


Ansel Adams is a 100 minute 2002 American Experience PBS Home Video directed by Ric Burns and Narrated by David Ogden Stiers. From Warner Home Video. Ansel Adams's photographs have made him one of the most recognized and admired names in art. A staunch environmentalist, the pictures that Adams took reflected a larger world view the photographer held to strongly.

Ansel Adams, Photographer 60 minutes "This film captures the spirit and artistry of the man as he talks about his life and demonstrates the techniques that have made his work legendary. As Adams talks of the country he loves, viewers glimpse his photographs juxtaposed with the landscapes he photographed. In a conversation with artist Georgia O'Keeffe, Adams discusses his association with her husband, pioneer photographer Alfred Steiglitz." "Outlines the long and prolific career of American photographer Ansel Adams (1902-1984) as an artist, conservationist, and teacher. Follows him to the locations of his most famous photographs, including Yosemite." [2] By John Huszar. 1986 (available through Las Positas College Library)

Behind the Scenes Series, Carrie Mae Weems is a 30 minute 1999. video released by First Run Features based on a series by PBS. Presents American photographer Carrie Mae Weems (b. 1953) demonstrating how she decides what to photograph. Discusses how subject matter and composition combine to create meaning in a photograph. The noted photographer, with help from William Wegman, shows how to use composition and content in a photograph. A behind the scenes look. 30-minute video, guide [1]

Betye & Alison Saar: Conjure Women of the Arts is a 28 minute L&S video, ISBN 1-882660-06-4, created and produced by Linda Freeman and written and directed by David Irving, which examines the personal and artistic relationship between artist Betye Saar and daughter Alison Saar. The artists' enthusiasm and originality make for an engaging and wonderful video. It shows both artists working in their studios, discussing their influences, and collaborating on the installation piece, House of Gris Gris.

Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians, an in-depth portrait of Edward S. Curtis, the preeminent photographer of North American Indians is presented in an 56 minute 2000 American Masters series video directed by Anne Makepeace and co-produced by Anne Makepeace Productions, Inc. and WNET. "Tells the dramatic story of the life of pioneer photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), who set out in 1900 to document traditional Native American life. He created an enormous body of work-10,000 recordings, 40,000 photographs, and a full-length ethnographic motion picture. The film also gives Native Americans a voice in the discussion of Curtis' images." VHS/DVD

Diane Arbus is a 28-minute video produced in 1972 concerning the photographer Diane Arbus. A pivotal figure in contemporary documentary photography, Diane Arbus produced a substantial body of work before her suicide in 1971. This portrait features footage of her lecturing to a small class she held in her apartment and interviews with her daughter. "The work of photographer Diane Arbus as explained by her daughter, friends, critics, and in her own words as recorded in her journals. Illustrated with many of her photographs. Themes: Arbus' quirky go-it-alone approach. Her attraction to the bizarre, people on the fringes of society: sexual deviants, odd types, the extremes, styles in questionable taste, poses and situations that inspire irony or wonder. Where most people would look away she photographed. This program was made at the time of the major Museum of Modern Art retrospective of her work which followed her success at the Venice Bienalli and her suicide." -- Contemporary Arts Media

Documentary Urge: Tom Arndt, The. Narrated by Garrison Keillor, this 22 minute award-winning documentary from The Minneapolis Institute of Arts shows Minneapolis photographer Tom Arndt in action: "stalking his prey" at the Minnesota State Fair, printing his film in the quiet of his warehouse darkroom, and preparing for a retrospective of his work with photography curator Ted Hartwell. "I'm a common man and I photograph common people," says Arndt. But there's nothing common about Arndt's black-and-white images, which have been exhibited widely in the U.S., Japan, and Italy and avidly collected by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, and The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. As a photographer of the American scene, Arndt follows in the tradition of Walker Evans and Robert Frank, his acknowledged heroes. But as this program intimately reveals, he is also an artist of deep compassion and humility, whose powerfully "simple" and "direct" photographs seek to record both the confidence and vulnerability of the American people.

Dorothea Lange: American Photographer  is a 13 minute, PPR 1988 video. "Trained as a portrait photographer in San Francisco, Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) abandoned her studio in the 1930s and began documenting the effects of the Depression on ordinary Americans. Her images spoke eloquently of the plight of the poor and brought the desperation of the Depression into the consciousness of the public. Her last exhibition, a retrospective held at the Museum of Modern Art in 1965, was a tribute to the human face. Lange's photographs remain singular symbols of America's 'Dust Bowl' era." Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Dorothea Lange: A Visual Life is a 46 minute 1995 film directed by: Meg Partridge. The great photographer is revealed through examples of her work and interviews with both the artist and her family. Lange was pivotal to the development of documentary photography traditions and her work remains an aesthetic achievement that continues to inspire photographers today. "A tapestry of candid, often conflicting insights into the photographer Dorothea Lange's life and art. Lange reveals her philosophical approach to photography, her passion for her medium and the conflicts in her work and family life. We are taken into Lange's confidence as she strives to maker photographs emotionally charged as well as historically accurate. The result is an engaging portrait of this extraordinary and complex visual artist." (Arkansas Humanities Council) Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley. Also available through Partridge Pictures, Email contact:, 800/886-3135 tel

Duaneland. Of this 56 minute 2004 DVD directed by Stephen Seliy and Joe Seamans, National Film Network says: "More than fifty years after he graduated from McKeesport High School, legendary photographer Duane Michals returns to his alma mater to address a class of photography students. This homecoming allows Michals the opportunity to reflect on his small-town roots, his family, his development as an artist, the varied work he has produced in his long career and the current projects that inspire him... Upon his return to the small Pennsylvania town of McKeesport, Michals explores the abandoned remains of his family home. Navigating through rooms on the verge of collapse, he reminisces about his Slovak parents, his Catholic school background and other events of his youth. He also recalls the life-altering trip he took to Russia at 26, when he found his calling... Duaneland offers a rare insight into the mind of a gifted artist. Michals' solitary musings are interspersed with the lecture at his old high school, where he pulls no punches. He regales his teenage audience with stories of high profile magazine assignments, as well as more personal work -- creations that are provocative, disturbing and even shocking."

Eadweard Muybridge: Motion Studies. Eadweard Muybridge was one of the most preeminent and innovative photographers of his day. This computer interactive software contains over 900 plates from his pioneering photographic studies of movement. 1990. 30 min. Video/D 18. Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Edward J. Steichen is a 1998 Museum of Modern Art by J. Thiltges from Kultur Video. "Considered by many to be the greatest portrait photographer of the 20th Century. He was a major cultural force of the modem age not only photographing prominent figures but reinventing modern fashion and war photography. Silver Award, Houston Film Festival. " (quote from Media for the Arts -

Edward S. Curtis Portfolio is a 60-minute video on the photography of Edward S. Curtis, who devoted 35 years of his life to photographing and documenting the vanishing race of the North American Indian. A printed text provides identification of each image. (quote courtesy Plains Art Msueum)

Edward S. Curtis: The Shadow Catcher. A profile of photographer, anthropologist and filmmaker Curtis, who spent 34 years recording the American Indian tradition. Between 1896 and 1930 Curtis collected interviews and original Indian stories, recorded some 10,000 songs and took 40,000 pictures many of which are used in the production. c1993. 89 min. Video/C 353. Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Edward Steichen is a 30-minute video from teh masters of Photography series. Steichen was 86 in 1964 when he was interviewed for this film. He discusses his unbelievably long and varied career, including fine art, fashion, portrait, combat, and aerial photography. (video description courtesy of International Center of Photography)

Evelyn Cameron: Pictures From A Worthy Life is a DVD/VHS PBS-featured documentary film which tells the story of Evelyn Cameron, an extraordinary woman pioneer who left behind an unrivaled legacy -- thousands of photographic images and thirty-five years of diaries that detailed life in eastern Montana at the turn of the 20th century. From 1894 to 1928, Evelyn photographed the changing face of Montana -- horse and cattle drives, sheep herding, the wool trade, the railroad, and the arrival of homesteaders. Produced in high definition digital video by John Twiggs for KUFM/Montana PBS, UM Missoula. Text courtesy of (right: cover photo)

Everything is Photograph: A Profile of Andre Kertesz (Masters of Photograpy) Explores the work of Kertesz who discusses his art and reminisces about his life in Hungary, central Europe in the First World War, and famous friends like Colette, Einstein, Chagall, and Mondrian. He then takes the viewer to the streets of New York to watch him shoot in his beloved Washington Square. c1989. 30 min. Video/C 5959. Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Going Where I've Never Been: The Photography of Diane Arbus from Camera Three Productions, 1989. Explores Diane Arbus' work and ideas through her own words and the reflections of her daughter and close friends. (available through Las Positas College Library)

Harry Callahan: Eleanor and Barbara. Of this 18 minute 1983 DVD National Film Network says: "This film documents Harry Callahan, one of the great masters of twentieth century photography. Known for his repertoire of subjects -- wife Eleanor, nature, the city -- he has produced a lifetime of work that continues to influence a generation...Recognized for the quiet elegance of his pictures, Callahan's consistent formalism and perceivable love for his subject has created numerous classic images that stand as hallmarks in the medium. Highlighted in the film is the extended portrait of Callahan's family, from the mid-1940's until the 1960's. Recalling their experiences are the photographer, as well as Eleanor, his principal subject, and Barbara, his daughter.. (available through Las Positas College Library)

Homage to Eadweard Muybridge. Special feature accompanying the DVD Movies Begin, A Treasury of Early Cinema, 1894-1914; 1. 1994. DVD 1096. Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Hungry Eye: Walker Evans, The. Films Media Group says of this 15 minute video from 2000: "The stark, deceptively simple photographs of Walker Evans have become a part of America's collective memory, forever capturing the places and faces of times long gone. In this program, NewsHour correspondent Ray Suarez outlines Evans' life while talking with Jeff Rosenheim, curator of photography at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Evans' close friend William Christenberry, about the late photographer's approach to his art, his collaboration with writer James Agee on Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, his love of advertising signage, and other topics."

Infinite Shades of Gray A video from Silver Eye Center for Photography about Japanese American photographer Toyo Miyatake that documents his own incarceration in Manzanar, with more than 10,000 Japanese Americans who were imprisoned in this remote desert facility on U.S. soil during World War II.

John Szarkowski: A Life in Photography is a 47-minute video produced by Richard B. Woodward. Checkerboard Foundation, 1998. For nearly 30 years, from 1962-1991, John Szarkowski served as the Director of the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. This film examines his double life as curator and photographer. Szarkowski, author of the classic "Looking at Photographs," has taught generations how to think about and look at images. (video description courtesy of International Center of Photography)

John Szarkowski on the Photography of Ansel Adams is a 47-minute DVD. During his nearly three-decade tenure as Director of the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, Szarkowski recast the world's thinking about the art of photography. His radically new conception of the medium's possibilities - and its limitations - has influenced critics, historians, theorists, and photographers ever since. In this lecture on Ansel Adams, Szarkowski tackles the deeper significance of Adams' work beyond his enduring popularity as an environmental pioneer and rhapsodist of the American West. (video description courtesy of Iternational Center of Photography)

Linda McCartney: Behind the Lens. 48 minutes. Available through Currier Museum of Art.

Man Ray: Prophet of the Avant-Garde. This 60 minute 1997 Jackson Frost American Masters program looks at one of the most important artistic voices of the American modernist movement. Photographer, painter, filmmaker, poet, essayist and philosopher Man Ray brought innovation to every field he worked in, leaving behind a legacy of true genius. This program traces the artist's legacy from his beginnings in New York to his achievements in Paris and finally, to the impact his work left for future generations in a variety of fields The video also includes a previously unseen filmed interview found in the vaults of a Rotterdam museum and long-lost drawings from the artist's student days not seen since 1908. VHS/DVD. DVD includes extra Man Ray short films.

My Dinner With Weegee is a 36 minute 2002 video from Video Data Bank which says: Donigan Cumming weaves together two life stories. The central figure, a man in his seventies named Marty, remembers his experiences in New York as a young Catholic labour organizer and peace activist, his friendships with David Dellinger, the Berrigan brothers, Bayard Rustin, Weegee, and James Agee. This mixture of first-hand knowledge and gossip brightens Marty's dark passage-he is old, sick, depressed, and alcoholic. The other story is Cumming's in his fifty-fourth year, as he examines his own radicalism in light of the "wheezing dirty beacon" up ahead."

Nan Goldin: In My Life is a 28-minute video featuring Goldin's celebrated 1996 retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, which was culled from a period that spanned more than 25 years of taking pictures of her friends, lovers and fascinating life. (video description courtesy of International Center of Photography)

Other People's Pictures (Cabot Philbrick and Lorca Shepperd, 2004, 53 minutes) captures nine passionate collectors who talk about their motives for collecting vintage snapshots. Available through National Gallery of Arts

Outta My Light! Photographer Rondal Partridge. 24-minute DVD produced in 2002 by Dyanna Taylor, granddaughter of Dorothea Lange and Elizabeth and Meg Partridge, Rondal Partridge's daughters, this film is an intimate portrait of Rondal crafted by his own family. Spend a little time with Ron, as he explains his photographic process, from shooting to darkroom work. Working with a 2 1/4 to 8x10 camera, we see Rondal in his environment; shooting, developing, and finding photographic inspiration in the most ordinary objects. Available through Partridge Pictures, Email contact:, 800/886-3135 tel

Photography in 19th-Century America Traces the development of photography in the U.S. from the introduction of daguerreotypes in 1839 through the invention of the Kodak camera by George Eastman in 1888. 23-minute video. Description source: Amon Carter Museum

Portrait of an Artist: David Hockney, the Photographer is a 23-minute video in which painting and photography is discussed by this British Pop artist now living in California. In recent years Hockney has become involved with still photography, creating innovative large panoramic works comprised of many small photos. (quote courtesy Plains Art Msueum)

Portrait of Imogen Cunningham. In a professional career spanning 75 years photographer Imogen Cunningham had enormous influence on the aesthetics of American photography. In this film more than 250 of her photographs are presented by Imogen herself through informal interviews recorded when she was in her late eighties. With a sharp wit and unique perspective, she reveals how she carved out her impressive career while maintaining a household and raising a family. c1987. 28 min. Video/C 4069. Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley. Also available through Partridge Pictures, Email contact:, 800/886-3135 tel. You Tube says: "In this Academy Award nominated film by Meg Partridge, Imogen Cunningham speaks in the first person describing her work and her life as a photographer. These audio transcripts were recorded by my father, Rondal Partridge. Much later, I found these tapes and structured my film around Imogen's own words, adding her images that accompanied these stories. Like many good storytellers, Imogen refined her tales over time, and I was familiar with many of these stories and photographs that accompanied them, so it was not difficult to mesh images with her words." View I Believe in Learning (Ch 1) [01:05], Nude on Mt Rainier (Ch 2) [01:17], Early Platinum Work (Ch 3) [01:00], Artist, Wife & Mother (Ch 4) [02:12], The Iconic Magnolia (Ch 5) [01:48], The Nude Form (Ch 6) [01:23], Edward Weston (Ch 7) [01:12], Vanity Fair (Ch 8) [03:31], Father (Ch 9) [03:11], Dorothea Lange (Ch 10) [01:28]

Ralph Gibson is a 2002 28-minute video. For more than thirty years Ralph Gibson has served as one of the few truly independent forces within the art of photography. In this video biography, Gibson discusses his life and is forthcoming about what, why and how he shoots, the editorial decisions that dictate the laying out and putting together of his books, and the crucial point when he knows if a body of work is or is not complete.

Remembering Edward Weston. Presents a profile of the life and work of the famed American photographer Edward Weston. His close friends and family talk about his early years in California, the critical trip to Mexico, the significant time spent in New Mexico, his spartan way of living, his first exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art and the project prints completed late in his life. Originally produced: Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of New Mexico, c1992. 30 min. Video/C 8707. Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Richard Avedon, Darkness and Light Profiles American photographer Richard Avedon (b.1923) through interweaving extensive interviews with himself, his family, friends, and clients. Includes photographs from every phase of his career 87-minute video. Description source: Amon Carter Museum

Roots of California Photography: The Monterey Legacy, The was produced and directed by Steven Rosen and Terri De Bono of Mac and Ava Motion Pictures. Script written by Steven Hauk. Photographers included are Edward, Brett and Cole Weston, Wynn and Edna Bullock, Ansel Adams, Morley Baer, Henry Gilpin, John Sexton, Richard Garrod, Sonya Noskowiak, Margrethe Mather, Ruth Bernhard, among others.

Similar Differences: Betye and Alison Saar, 10-minute video from Fellows of Contemporary Art , 1990 (information courtesy Los Angeles County Museum of Art Teacher Resource Center Catalogue)

Speaking of Art: John Szarkowski on Szarkowski. Of this 60 minute 2005 DVD directed by Tom Piper, National Film Network says: "During his tenure as a Director at MoMA, he redefined the world's understanding of the art of photography and established himself as one of the giants of 20th Century art history. Over this 30 year posting he made no effort to exhibit or publish his own work... Prior to accepting the position of Director of the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art in 1962, John Szarkowski had already received two Guggenheim fellowships for his own photography, had been given exhibitions at the Walker Art Center, the George Eastman House, and the Art Institute of Chicago, and had published two books of his photographs - The Idea of Louis Sullivan and The Face of Minnesota... As he wryly comments in this lecture, "I am unique among photographers in that I have an Early Period and a Late Period ­ but no Middle Period. I hope to rectify that." A Checkerboard Library Film

Structure Within the Image. Photographers Barbara Kasten and Garry Winogrand show how every photographer uses a unique structure within his or her work. Discusses framing, line, shape, tone, and pattern and demonstrates ways to structurally improve photographs. 1984. 29 min. Video/C MM689. Available from Media Resources Center, Library, University of California, Berkeley.

This Is Edward Steichen: 25 minutes 1965. "This film includes examples of Edward Steichen's masterful photographs and a warm, personal interview with the 86-year-old photographer in his Connecticut home. He expresses his feelings about painting and photography and describes his recollections about meeting and photographing such great figures as Auguste Rodin and Greta Garbo."

Time Exposure: William H. Jackson, Picture Maker of the Old West Presents photographs of the American West including mountains, railroads, and mining towns made during the late 19th century by photographer William Henry Jackson (1843--1942). Reenacts demonstrations of glass-plate photography, developing, and solar printing. Narrated by actor Burgess Meredith. 26-minute video. Description source: Amon Carter Museum

Walker Evans: America, is a 57-minute profile of the great American photographer, Walker Evans, the first photographer to have a one-man retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art. This video contains rare interviews with Evans himself, recorded in the late 1960's. (video description courtesy of International Center of Photography)

Wegman's World is a 59-minute 1997 highly acclaimed documentary that offers a revealing look at the artist at work and shows why we are captivated by Wegman's inventive and comic portraits of these expressive dogs. (video description courtesy of International Center of Photography)

W. Eugene Smith: Photography Made Difficult Illustrates the life and work of photographer W. Eugene Smith (1918--1978), who captured images of the changing social conditions and the enduring American spirit. 87-minute video. Description source: Amon Carter Museum Teacher Resource Center

William Eggleston in the Real World. Of this 84 minute 2005 DVD directed by Michael Almereyda, National Film Network says: "In 1976, William Eggleston's hallucinatory, Faulknerian images were featured in the Museum of Modern Art's first one-man exhibition of color photographs. He has been called "the beginning of modern color photography" (John Szarkowski, MoMA) and "one of the most significant figures in contemporary photography" (Charles Hagen, NY Times). It is rare for an artist of such stature to allow himself to be shown as unguardedly as Eggleston does in Michael Almereyda's intimate portrait. The filmmaker tracks the photographer on trips to Kentucky, Los Angeles and New York, but gives particular attention to downtime in Memphis, Eggleston's home base. The film shows a deep connection between Eggleston's enigmatic personality and his groundbreaking work, and also reveals his parallel commitments as a musician, draftsman and videographer. Eggleston, age 65, has become an icon and inspiration to artists worldwide." View a William Eggleston In The Real World trailer here.[0145] and the whole video here [1:24:56]


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