Eye on the 60s
The Iconic Photography of Rowland Scherman

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I’ve always felt that choosing a subject that sincerely speaks to you as a filmmaker is the key to creating a work that can really resonate with others. In the case of "Eye On The 60s," and the story of Rowland Scherman, I saw a determined, experienced, and inspired soul. The subject was ...Read more

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