Benefit from 40 years' worth of insights into the art of performance in Karen Black: The Craft Of Acting, a First Light Video DVD. One of the most well-respected thespians of her generation, Black has played memorable roles in such films as "Five Easy Pieces," "Easy Rider," "Nashville," "The Great Gatsby," "Family Plot," "The Day of the Locust," "Portnoys Complaint," "Airport 75," and "Come Back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean." Over the course of her long career, she has worked with numerous world-class directors, including Alfred Hitchcock, Robert Altman, Bob Rafelson, Jack Clayton, and John Schlesinger.
In this video, you'll see an in-depth interview with the Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner, covering everything from perfecting regional accents to finding a character's inner needs and motivation. Additionally, the DVD includes a bonus feature with film critic Ben Mankiewicz, who reflects on Black's noteworthy career, legacy, and contribution to one of the most important eras in American cinema.