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About Me: A Musical

Directed by Robert Frank

Although this was planned to be a cinematic study of indigenous American music, Frank decided instead to make the film

Cocksucker Blues

Directed by Robert Frank, Danny Seymour

In 1972, famed photographer (The Americans) and filmmaker Robert Frank followed the Rolling Stones on their first North American tour

Conversations in Vermont

Directed by Robert Frank

Frank’s first autobiographical film explores his relationship with his children Pablo and Andrea. He follows them to school in Vermont

Energy and How to Get It

Directed by Robert Frank, Rudy Wurlitzer, Gary Hill

What began as a documentary film about Robert Golka, an engineer who was experimenting with ball lightening and the development

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I Remember

Directed by Robert Frank

Frank narrates a charming re-enactment of his visit to the home of photographer Alfred Stieglitz. The cast comprises his wife

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Keep Busy, Canada

Directed by Robert Frank, Rudy Wurlitzer

A spontaneous, improvised story about a group of people living on an island off Nova Scotia. Obsessed with daily aspects

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Life Dances On

Directed by Robert Frank

Frank’s most personal and emotional work is dedicated to his daughter Andrea and his friend and collaborator Danny Seymour, both

Life-Raft Earth

Directed by Robert Frank

Whole Earth Catalog editor Stewart Brand and his friend Hugh Romney (Wavy Gravy) asked Robert Frank to document “The Hunger

Me and My Brother

Directed by Robert Frank

In Frank’s first feature-length film, documentary footage of poets Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, and Peter’s brother Julius are inserted in

O.K. End Here

Directed by Robert Frank

A day in the lives of a man and woman who live together in New York City. It is Sunday,

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Paper Route

Directed by Robert Frank

The artist joins Robert MacMillan on a wintry, pre-dawn morning and accompanies him on his daily route delivering newspapers in

Pull My Daisy

Directed by Robert Frank, Alfred Leslie

Pull My Daisy is a classic look at the soul of the beat generation, made with writers Jack Kerouac and