Four short documentaries on which the great still photographer Paul Strand worked. Manhatta (1921), codirected by Charles Sheeler, has been described as the first American experimental film. The Wave (1934), directed by Fred Zinnemann but produced and photographed by Strand, is a Mexican docudrama about striking fisherman; judging from the beautiful excerpts I’ve seen, it closely resembles the footage Orson Welles shot in Brazil for his unrealized It’s All True in the early 40s. Heart of Spain (1937), codirected and cowritten by Leo Hurwitz, is an antifascist work supporting the Spanish Loyalists, and It’s Up to You (1943) is a short about food rationing for the war effort produced for the Department of Agriculture and directed by Henwar Rodkiewicz. An important program of rarely seen work.