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.”
This is a paid, fund raising event for the Philadelphia Photo League. Tickets are $15 per person - pay at the door. It is open to both membership and the public at large. Seating is limited - first come, first served.
This screening will be held on Sunday, March 3rd @ 4pm at the Field House - located at 1150 Filbert Street, Philadelphia, PA