Jim McBride

Sep 16, 1941


One of the most active and least heralded of the Manhattan-based experimental filmmakers of the 1960s, director/writer Jim McBride won several awards for his first feature, David Holzman's Diary (1967). He didn't have to dig around much for story material: the film was all about an independent moviemaker's day-to-day existence. In most of his subsequent… More


Jim McBride Videos

2 minutes 12 seconds
Facing The Giants
2 minutes 13 seconds
2 minutes 22 seconds
Great Balls Of Fire
1 minutes 14 seconds
The Beaches Of Agnes
2 minutes 24 seconds

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