Documentary filmmaker Les Blank, who died earlier this week, celebrated American ethnicities – Cajun fiddlers, African-American bluesmen, Polish polka dancers and anyone who loved garlic. Colorado Public Radio film critic Howie Movshovitz says that Blank’s cinematic voice was amiable, but also sharp.
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