Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune

Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune  has been called “a complex portrait of an ultimately unknowable man,” by Peter Rainer and “at once an unsentimental portrait of the ambitious singer who thought himself bound for glory, and an affecting elegy for a time when song was a form of revolution,” wrote Lisa Schwarzbaum. Revisit our in-depth interview with filmmaker Ken Bowser in which he describes how the film came to be, Phil Och's cultural importance, surprising things he learned along the way, and more. 

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