Tag Archive | 1960’s

Doc of the Day: Black Panthers

Dir. Agnes Varda, 1968, 28 min, Viewed via MUBI Advertisements

Doc of the Day: Dont Look Back

Happy birthday, Bob Dylan! I’ll never meet you, but here’s my present: a review of a movie you were in forty-five years ago! Dir. D.A. Pennebaker, 1967, 96 min

Doc of the Day: The Jungle

A look at gang culture on the streets of 1960’s Philadelphia, directed, shot, and edited by its own subjects. Day One of Black History Week. Dir. The 12th and Oxford Street Gang, 1967, 22 min

Doc of the Day: Jazz on a Summer’s Day

It’s a movie that goes down smooth and silky as the dulcet tones of the sax. With this doc, you can spend a lazy day at the Newport Jazz Festival. Dir. Bert Stern & Aram Avakian, 1960, 84 min

Doc of the Day: Monterey Pop

Dir. D. A. Pennebaker, 1968, 79 min

Doc of the Day: The Anderson Platoon

Dir. Pierre Schoendoerffer, 1967, 65 min