Arthur Penn, 1922–2010

An American auteur's decades-long struggle against the Hollywood machine
by Michael Chaiken and Paul Cronin   posted Sep 30, 2010

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Michael Chaiken is a film programmer and contributor to Film Comment magazine. He lives in Brooklyn.

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Paul Cronin is a documentary filmmaker and the author of several books including Herzog On Herzog (Faber and Faber, 2002).

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