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Looking Back At D.A. Pennebaker On Bob Dylan’s 80th Birthday

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D.A. Pennebaker filming

D.A. Pennebaker filming "One PM."

D.A. Pennebaker during the filming of

D.A. Pennebaker during the filming of "Monterey Pop" in 1967. DON MCSORLEY/COURTESY PENNEBAKER HEGEDUS FILMS

One of D.A. Pennebaker's 16mm cameras.

One of D.A. Pennebaker's 16mm cameras. COURTESY CHRIS HEGEDUS

A film recorder belonging to Chris Hegedus.

A film recorder belonging to Chris Hegedus. COURTESY CHRIS HEGEDUS

Some of D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus's filmmaking equipment.

Some of D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus's filmmaking equipment. COURTESY CHRIS HEGEDUS

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition. installed

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition. installed

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition.

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition.

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition. installed

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition. installed

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition.

D.A. Pennebaker in front of the Paul Stuart store window on Madison Ave featuring Joseph's Baldassare's first Bob Dylan photo exhibition.

One of D.A. Pennebaker's 16mm cameras.

One of D.A. Pennebaker's 16mm cameras. COURTESY CHRIS HEGEDUS

Some of D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus's filmmaking equipment.

Some of D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus's filmmaking equipment. COURTESY CHRIS HEGEDUS

A film recorder belonging to Chris Hegedus.

A film recorder belonging to Chris Hegedus. COURTESY CHRIS HEGEDUS

"Look Out Kid," two images from Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues," which was filmed by D.A. Pennebaker in 1965. COURTESY JOSEPH BALDASSARE

"Watch It," an image from Bob Dylan's song "Subterranean Homesick Blues," which was filmed by D.A. Pennebaker in 1965. COURTESY JOSEPH BALDASSARE

A Bob Dylan triptych from

A Bob Dylan triptych from "Dont Look Back." COURTESY JOESPH BALDASSARE

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, hangs stills from the film

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, hangs stills from the film "Don't Look Back" at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Monday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, hangs stills from the film

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, hangs stills from the film "Dont Look Back" at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Monday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, hangs stills from the film

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, hangs stills from the film "Don't Look Back" at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Monday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, and April Gornik hang stills from the film

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, and April Gornik hang stills from the film "Don't Look Back" at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Monday afternoon. DANA SHAW

D.A. Pennebaker's lenses and light meter.  DANA SHAW

D.A. Pennebaker's lenses and light meter. DANA SHAW

One of D.A. Pennebaker's  cameras.    DANA SHAW

One of D.A. Pennebaker's cameras. DANA SHAW

Editing equipment.  DANA SHAW

Editing equipment. DANA SHAW

Images from Bob Dylan's

Images from Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues," which was filmed by D.A. Pennebaker in 1965. DANA SHAW

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, and April Gornik hang stills from the film

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, and April Gornik hang stills from the film "Don't Look Back" at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Monday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, and April Gornik hang stills from the film

Joseph Baldassare, proprietor of Arthouse 18, and April Gornik hang stills from the film "Don't Look Back" at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Monday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Promotional buttons from

Promotional buttons from "Don't Look Back." DANA SHAW

A scathing review of

A scathing review of "Don't Look Back" from the Cleveland Plain Dealer. DANA SHAW

A 16 and 35mm print of the trailer for

A 16 and 35mm print of the trailer for "Dont Look Back." DANA SHAW

authorAnnette Hinkle on May 25, 2021
Back in the early 1960s, when a young folk singer from Minnesota showed up on the scene in New York City and began performing his songs at clubs in Greenwich... more

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