Documentarian Frederick Wiseman's latest award-winning film examines one of New York City's most racially, ethnically and culturally diverse neighborhoods. As the community deals with the inevitable onslaught of economic "development," Wiseman nimbly moves from documenting an LGBT support meeting to a gathering of Holocaust survivors to a hilarious training class for aspiring taxi drivers. Wiseman has, in the decade since his last Wexner visit, burnished his reputation for making incisive, novelistic portraits of American cultural and social institutions.

Documentarian Frederick Wiseman's latest award-winning film examines one of New York City's most racially, ethnically and culturally diverse neighborhoods. As the community deals with the inevitable onslaught of economic "development," Wiseman nimbly moves from documenting an LGBT support meeting to a gathering of Holocaust survivors to a hilarious training class for aspiring taxi drivers. Wiseman has, in the decade since his last Wexner visit, burnished his reputation for makingincisive, novelistic portraits of American cultural and social institutions.