In Notre Nazi the fiercely independent Kramer (a member of the Newsreel Network in the ‘60s) films the shooting of Wundkanal by Thomas Harlan in which the latter has hired a recently freed Nazi war criminal to play the role of a kidnappee undergoing an interrogation at the hands of leftist guerillas.
PETER WATKINS - PUNISHMENT PARK (1972)
A pseudo-documentary purporting to be a film crews's news coverage of the team of soldiers escorting a group of hippies, draft dodgers, and anti-establishment types across the desert in a type of capture the flag game.
DICK FONTAINE & PAT HARTLEY - I HEARD IT THOUGH THE GRAPEVINE (1982)
This film, produced and directed by Dick along with Pat Hartley, is a highly personal film essay written by James Baldwin about exactly who and what survived the civil rights movement (“everything changes on the surface.”)