“CRITICS’ PICK! Says something profound about the way art can both reflect and shape its world.” – New York Magazine
A study of photographer Robert Frank, Philippe Séclier’s documentary focuses on the small towns and rural communities that Frank immortalized in his seminal 1958 book “The Americans,” re-visiting key locations and exploring Frank’s motivations in revealing interviews with the artists, publishers and critics who knew him at the time.
France, 2009, 60 min.
In English & French with English subtitles
Available in digital formats only
DVD now available for educational purchase.