This three-hour miniseries captures the images of a century of change and the role the camera has played both in creating and documenting it. Dramatic and intimate stories trace photography’s profound effect on American life — influencing what we buy, how we dress, how we get the news, and in matters of life and death, medicine, science and war. AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY: A Century of Images is a production of tpt National Productions in association with Middlemarch Films.
“…Entertaining, broad reaching… A program this good can captivate, entertain and inform. That’s close to perfect.” —San Francisco Chronicle
PBS Award for Best Program Website
Banff Film Festival Hors Concours screening
Funding provided by Eastman Kodak Company, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Public Broadcasting Service, National Endowment for the Arts, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Learn more at http://www.pbs.org/ktca/americanphotography/