In the wake of David Bowie‘s death last Sunday, PBS.org has published a never-before-seen, unedited interview that Timothy Greenfield-Sanders conducted with the groundbreaking artist and musician for the 1998 film Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart. “Bowie speaks with filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders about working with the legendary Lou Reed, their respective literary influences, writing lyrics, and what New York City means to Bowie, who grew up in South London,” notes PBS.
“I was struck by Bowie’s deep affection, admiration and loyalty to Lou—even after so much time,” says Timothy. “Lou always felt the same way about Bowie. And it’s not hard to understand that bond when you hear their collaborations together. They are some of my very favorites.”