July’s VideoVista has my review of the David Lynch documentary Lynch (One).
As I mention it in the review, Here is a link to my old review of Marconi’s Lagerfeld Confidential (2007). Both films are clearly shot around their subjects with their passive participation rather than their active participation. What I mean by this is that both films were made with the consent of their subjects (as opposed to say Broomfield’s Kurt & Courtney (1998) – reviewed by me Here) but neither of them really press their subjects for answers or try to editorialise about their subjects. Both have shape simply by virtue of hundreds of hours of footage being edited into a series of largely disconnected but occasionally memorable scenes.