Winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 1963. One of the 20th century's finest poets, Robert Frost, was nearing the end of his life when WGBH asked Shirley Clarke to film a documentary about him. The two rebels got along famously - other had grown up in cities but had a love for nature. Frost's poems were often direct and economic depictions of rural life cloaked in the colloquialisms of his beloved New England. Using intricately...