Elliott Erwitt is one of the best known and best loved of contemporary photographers. He came to fame through the 'kitchen debate', his picture of Nikita Khruschev and Richard Nixon arguing in front of a Westinghouse refrigerator at a Moscow industrial exhibition. Erwitt has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the world and has shot journalistic essays for many major magazines. Since the 1970's, Erwitt has actively focused his energies towards movies. His feature films, television commercials and documentaries include 'Beauty Knows No Pain' (1971), 'Red, White and Bluegrass' (1973) and the prize-winning 'Glassmakers of Heart, Afghanistan' (1977). He continues to shoot commercial assignments for Air France, KLM, Chase Manhattan Bank, and many others.