Media – Books and Movies

Links to US retailers appear below, but the following books are available world wide. Check your local book source.

In the spring of 1918, Lewis Hine travelled with the American Red Cross to Europe to photograph the organization’s work. Amidst the cruelty of war, his photographs and captions relate stories of deep tenderness and joy.


HARDCOVER:
Lulu


E-BOOK:
You can purchase the digital book directly here. Or from Apple Books or Google Play.

I’m putting together a series of books presenting different aspects of the work of the great photographer Russell Lee. This first book focuses on his early color photography from 1939-1943.


HARDCOVER:
Lulu


E-BOOK:
You can purchase the digital book directly here. Or from Apple Books, Google Play, or Kobo.

In April 1941, Russell Lee traveled to Chicago with author Richard Wright as his guide. He spent three weeks documenting life in Chicago’s Black Belt neighborhoods in the midst of the Great Migration from the rural South. 


HARDCOVER:
Lulu


E-BOOK:
You can purchase the digital book directly here. Or from Apple Books or Google Play.
Sparked by the United Mine Workers’ strike of 1946, Russell Lee photographed coal communities across the United States for a government study. This book includes many images that were never published in the original government reports.


HARDCOVER:
Lulu


E-BOOK:
You can purchase the digital book directly here. Or from Apple Books or Google Play.







PAPERBACK:
Bookshop
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Book Depository


E-BOOK:
Kindle
Apple Books
B&N Nook
Kobo
Google Play
PAPERBACK:
Bookshop
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Book Depository


E-BOOK:
Kindle
Apple Books
B&N Nook
Kobo
Google Play



PAPERBACK:
Bookshop
Amazon
Book Depository


PAPERBACK:
Bookshop
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Book Depository


E-BOOK:
Kindle



E-BOOK:
Apple Books

Links to US retailers appear below. IN THE FAMILY, THE GRIEF OF OTHERS, A BREAD FACTORY are available on Vimeo in select countries. In the US, the films are distributed by Grasshopper Film. All films are available in Canada through Apple TV/iTunes and streaming through Highball TV. In France, through ED Distribution. In Spain, through Filmin. In the UK and Ireland, through Bulldog Film.

DVD:
Grasshopper
Amazon
Barnes & Noble

BLU-RAY:
Grasshopper
Amazon
Barnes & Noble

STREAMING:
Projectr
Apple TV/iTunes
Kanopy
Hoopla
Topic
OVID

MUSIC:
CD
Amazon Music
Spotify
Apple Music
Google Play
Pandora

POSTER

DVD:
Grasshopper
Amazon
Barnes & Noble

BLU-RAY:
Grasshopper
Amazon
Barnes & Noble

STREAMING:
Projectr
Apple TV/iTunes
Kanopy
Hoopla
Topic
OVID

MUSIC:
CD
Amazon Music
Spotify
Apple Music
Google Play
Pandora

POSTER

DVD:
Amazon
Direct Purchase

STREAMING:
Projectr
Apple TV/iTunes
Amazon
Topic

POSTER


DVD:
Amazon
Direct Purchase
Netflix

BLU-RAY:
Amazon
Direct Purchase

STREAMING:
Projectr
Vimeo
Apple TV/iTunes
Amazon
Topic

POSTER


4 thoughts on “Media – Books and Movies

  1. Hi there, my name is Eleanor and I’m a film programmer at the Paradise Theatre in Toronto. I’m interested in screening In the Family and wondering who I should get in touch with about securing the rights. Many thanks!

  2. Years ago I watched the trailer for “In the Family” while watching a movie at the independent movie theaters. I knew I wanted to see it when I saw the trailer. However, either I missed when it came to the theaters or it didn’t come. I have searched for it for years. Not actively or anything just would google themes in the trailer hoping it would come to the surface. I love LGBTQ related cinema and so I always am on the lookout for another great LGBTQ related movie. I get suggestions from LGBTQ movie top lists. However these lists never include some of my favorite LGBTQ movies such as “White Frog” or “Undertow”. Recently in stead of searching “Best gay movies” I simply searched LGBTQ movie lists. And I came upon one that was super long and I was working my way trough the list when I saw “In the Family”. I read the description and my heart sunk, it was the movie I was searching for for years. It was past midnight and I worked the next day but I didn’t care I wanted to watch it. I remember thinking that I wish the movie was longer, I relished every minute of it. I love the pace, it touched my heart so deeply. So beautiful for me it captured a relationship that I yearn for. Though it was tragic, it was really hopeful it shows what love looks like and that it can exist in a homosexual relationship. As a gay man I like to think I know that but the reminder is so needed. Thank you! I look forward to seeing the rest of your work.

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