Eye On The 60s: The Iconic Photography Of Rowland Scherman
Eye On The 60s is an authentic piece of American History... ;the interdisciplinary tale of former LIFE magazine photographer Rowland Scherman, and how his eye captured the essence of America's most remarkable decade. Follow the path of the passionate Scherman--from the inception of the Peace Corps and the Kennedy Presidency to Bob Dylan, the March on Washington, the Beatles, LBJ, RFK, iconic celebrities, war protests, and the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. This BOOKLIST star-rated documentary features an impressive archive of iconic images, combining insightful interviews with Scherman, as well as music legend Judy Collins and former LIFE magazine Washington, D.C. Bureau Chief Richard B. Stolley. An award-winning film of high academic value-- Eye On The 60s is filled with inspiring fly-on-the-wall history, commentary on visual creativity, technological change, and journalistic professionalism. It's all delivered on a very personal level by a man of the camera... ;who moves in a space of hope, humor, and peace.