#1. Dont Look Back (1967)
Like Woodstock and Gimme Shelter, this film benefits from age (see my review from last week) and becomes even better than the sum of its own parts. It’s about more than its subject (Bob Dylan). It’s about an entire generation. And while Woodstock can feel dated, Dont Look Back has all of the filmmaking staying power of any of the best films from Francois Truffaut, Mike Nichols or Robert Altman. I’m a recent convert, and a rabid one.