David Holzman's Diary is a 1967 film which spoofs the art of documentary-making.
It tells the story of a young man making a documentary of his life, who discovers something important about himself while making the movie.
It stars L.M. Kit Carson, Eileen Dietz, Lorenzo Mans and Louise Levine. It was directed by Jim McBride, from a screenplay written by L.M. Kit Carson.
This was McBride's first movie. He has since gone on to direct more mainstream work like Great Balls of Fire!, The Big Easy, and episodes of television shows such as Six Feet Under and The Wonder Years.
The film has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.