I was delighted to find (and buy) a DVD of the movie Eloquent Nude: The Love and Legacy of Edward Weston & Charis Wilson on a recent trip to Carmel, California. The movie is a documentary which includes re-enactments and interviews with Wilson who is now in her nineties. Weston was one of the most significant photographers in the history of photography and Wilson was his lover, model, wife, and colleague. Wilson has written extensively about the time they spent together. There were other lovers, wives and models, but none as important to Weston and his work as Charis.
Ian McCluskey, the Director, and his crew have made a fine film. They deserve a lot of credit for this significant contribution to photography and photographic history.
The DVD, available from NW Documentary arts & media, includes the Director's 20 minute Making of Eloquent Nude and other features.