Castro Street (film)
|Directed by||Bruce Baillie|
|Produced by||Bruce Baillie |
Castro Street (1966) is a visual nonstory documentary film which uses the sounds and sights of a city street—in this case, Castro Street near the Standard Oil Refinery in Richmond, California—to convey the street's own mood and feel. There is no dialogue in this non-narrative experimental film. It was directed by Bruce Baillie.
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