Interview: D.A. Pennebaker

“Working with Francis, he taught me what an artist was. Up to then I thought artists were just people who painted pictures. He understood that you committed to something for life. It wasn’t just you did this job because you could make some money or it was a good job or led to a better job. It was something you committed to like a religious cause. That was it—there was never any going back or changing your mind or anything.”

—Eagan, Daniel. “Interview: D.A. Pennebaker.” Film Comment. August 28, 2017.

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