Letter to the Editor

Tuesday, April 11, 2023

After its New York City premiere at DOC NYC 2019, Alan Berliner’s visual essay reflecting on photojournalism took a hiatus from public availability. Re-launching at DOC NYC Selects, Berliner’s transformation of a 40-year collection of photographs (clipped from The New York Times) into a meditation on what will be lost if print newspapers go away is at once profound and playful. Screening followed by an on-stage conversation with filmmaker Alan Berliner.

Playing as part of DOC NYC Selects: Spring 2023! Save big and get a season pass for all six screenings for $80 ($55 for members)!

  • Language English
  • Running Time 85 min. minutes
  • Format DCP
  • Distributor DOC NYC Selects
  • Director Alan Berliner
  • Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil, Closed Captioning

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