Ladies and Gentlemen... Mr. Leonard Cohen
Produced in 1965, this intimate portrait of the legendary Leonard Cohen captures his life as an acclaimed poet and novelist before he launched his career as a singer-songwriter in 1967. Follow Cohen through his hometown of Montreal as he performs his poetry for rapt audiences, makes television appearances, visits his mother at his childhood home, and more - all the while commenting on the nature of documentary filmmaking and storytelling itself.
Award for Exceptional Merit | International Festival of Short Films, 1968
Blue Ribbon Award | American Film and Video Festival 1966
Directed by Donald Brittain and Don Owen