"From the mid-1920s when he made PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN, until his innovative experiments in TV documentary, he remained in the forefront of independent American filmmaking. As a writer, editor, and director, he was celebrated for exploiting the beauty inherent in his material and for his uncompromising honesty."
- Irving Jacoby
PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN
1925-1931 / 16mm / b&w / silent / single screen / 55' 41 / 125 €
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