From Angelina Jolie and Brigitte Bardot to Baz Luhrmann and Antonio Banderas, photographer Douglas Kirkland has been chronicling the making of films for more than half a century through his lens. He joined Look Magazine in his twenties, and worked for Life Magazine during the golden age of photojournalism, in the 1960s-1970s.
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