The life of LOOK
The Life of LOOK is the story of LOOK magazine, one of the most influential, yet today little known publications in American history. LOOK, which published from 1937 to 1971 and had 35 million readers at its peak, featured outstanding photos and creative, often hard-hitting stories about civil rights, the Cold War, the 1960s counterculture, technology, politics, personal relations, and so much more. Often brilliant and iconoclastic, it helped foster a national conversation around a common set of facts, ideas, and ideals. The film, which will provide a distinctive lens on mid-20th-century America, will include spectacular, rarely seen images, interviews with former LOOK journalists, historical footage, and commentary.
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