D. A. Pennebaker was an American documentary filmmaker and one of the pioneers of direct cinema. Documentaries about performing artists and politics were his primary subjects. He was known for his hand-held camera aesthetic.
Pennebaker was an important chronicler of
To the general audience, he is probably best-known for the film clip to “
Subterranean Homesick Blues“, in which Dylan displays and discards a series of cue cards bearing selected words and phrases from the lyrics of the song.
(2014) is a documentary film directed by Lina Mannheimer which examines The Ceremony Catherine Robbe-Grilletnity (as dominatrix organizing ‘ceremonies’).
Catherine Robbe-Grillet (born 1930) is a
French actress, photographer and writer best-known for her sadomasochistic novel . L’Image
For those of you who speak French, here is an interesting interview with Catherine when she published
Alain (2012), a book on her marriage to her husband, Alain Robbe-Grillet, which lasted more than 50 years.
Albert Maysles was an American documentary filmmaker best-known for the documentaries (1970) Gimme Shelter (1975). Grey Gardens
He is best known for the
/ direct cinema documentaries he made with his brother. cinéma vérité –
You can watch
Gimme Shelter  and Grey Gardens  in their totalities on YouTube. And Salesman  too (practically).
If your new to the Maysles, I’d start with
Grey Gardens, the story of an eccentric mother and daugther.
(1965, French: The Love Life of the Octopus Amours de la pieuvre) is a film on octopi by Jean Painlevé, who is also the narrator. The music is by Pierre Henry.
Last year, or two years ago, I saw
and for a while I was very much into the love lives of animals Microcosmos .
The Love Life of the Octopus has also a scene of lovemaking of octopi.