Francis Ford Coppola

Filmmaker.

Apocalypse Now

The Legacy of ‘Apocalypse Now’

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After 40 years, Francis Ford Coppola’s epic Vietnam War movie is more than just remembered as a classic.

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The Frustrating Story Behind Francis Ford Coppola’s ‘Megalopolis’

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The legendary filmmaker has been trying to bring this project to life for a very long time, but the wait could finally be over.

Disruption At Ace

A Journey Through David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption

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David Lynch brings meditation, ideas, rock stars, and a winemaker along with him to Los Angeles’ Ace Theater for two days of the splendid Festival of Disruption.

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John Cazale’s Unparalleled Cinematic Legacy

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The character actor only appeared in 5 movies before his death at age 42, but every single one was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.

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The Brilliant Circular Paranoia of ‘The Conversation’

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Francis Ford Coppola captured the suspicious spirit of the times.

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Talking Adaptation Versus Remake with the Director of ‘Dementia 13’

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Richard LeMay finds originality in remaking Francis Ford Coppola’s infamous first film.

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The Great Directors Who Went To The Extreme

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An exploration of the ethics behind extreme filmmaking tactics.

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Disaster Artists: Despotism, Directing, and the Troubled Production

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Lights! Madmen! Action!

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Strangers in Strange Lands: Comparing and Contrasting ‘Apocalypse Now’ and ‘Silence’

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Two very different movies with more in common than you might think.