An interview with Robert Frank: FRANK SPEAKING

Enright, Robert
November 1997
Border Crossings;Nov97, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p14
An interview with the film maker, Robert Frank, is presented when asked about . When asked about image-sequencing on his films, he mentions learning about rhythms and juxtaposition. Frank mentions that his films mirror his life and his own environment. Frank has been successful in taking pictures and making films that mirrored an emotional life of intensity.


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