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IDA honors Pennebaker

Documaker receives Mentor Award

The Intl. Documentary Assn. presented its Mentor Award to D.A Pennebaker, left, Friday at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre before a showing of the documaker’s 1967 work “Don’t Look Back.” Regarding the film that chronicles Bob Dylan’s British tour, Pennebaker said, “it would be especially amazing if you could make a film like this today and have it survive the management and agents.”

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