Ordinary Miracles: The Photo League's New York Image

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Summary: Ordinary Miracles: The Photo League's New York is a feature-length documentary film which tells the story of the rise and politically motivated fall of the Photo League, (1936–1951) which for fifteen years served as the center of the documentary movement in American photography at a time when the camera was held to be, in James Agee’s words, “the central instrument of our time.” (Daedalus Productions)
Runtime: 74 min
Official Site: http://www.thephotoleaguefilm.com/
Production: Daedalus Productions
Genre: Documentary
Country: USA
Language: English
Director Credit
Nina Rosenblum Director
Writer Credit
Daniel Allentuck Writer
Cast Credit
Campbell Scott Narrator
Producer Credit
Daniel Allentuck Producer
Mary Engel Contributing Producer
Nina Rosenblum Producer
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