Director D.A. Pennebaker is often described as the pre-eminent chronicler of sixties counterculture. His film, Dont Look Back, filmed in 1965 and released in 1967, reveals Dylan as vulnerable, fiery, and grappling with the demands of the media and his fans while he struggles to push his artistry forward. This collection is produced by industry vet Joseph Baldassare - in conjunction with MHG - and has the distinction of being the first gallery exhibit of Pennebaker’s work. The collection features original movie posters and 18 choice image stills from the film (some have already sold through their editions), printed from the enhanced negative and signed by D.A. Pennebaker.
© D A Pennebaker, 1965
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