Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back, a historic 1967 biographical music documentary by D.A. Pennebaker which covers Bob Dylans famous 1965 tour of the United Kingdom.
Dylan is a man who does not need any introduction for he is easily one of the most recognisable musicians of all time and revolutionised the folk-rock movement. "Don't Look Back" captures a time just before a pivotal moment in Bob's career as in 1966 he went electric, causing an uproar with fans who loved his traditional acoustic roots.
As well a showing a number of performances of Dylans most famous songs, there is plenty of behind the scenes footage, interviews as well as performances from Joan Baez and Donovan. There are few films that paint such a close portrait of the Tangled Up in Blue singer and because of this "Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back" was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."