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Cast and director of The Godfather reunite for the film’s 45th anniversary

The cast and director of The Godfather reunited in New York 45 years after the original film’s 1972 release.

Widely regarded as one of the greatest films of all time, The Godfather has become a landmark moment in Hollywood history, which follows a powerful Italian-American crime family as their son Michael Corleone is reluctantly drawn into the dark family business. 468 more words


No Omerta As Coppola, Pacino And Cast Recall 'Godfather' Shoot – Tribeca

Al Pacino had to jump through hoops – including at least six screen tests – before securing the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather… 811 more words

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'The Godfather' Reunion: Francis Ford Coppola, Cast on the Complicated Journey to Make Film History

The Corleone family and then some got back together Saturday night to recount the making of “The Godfather” during the Tribeca Film Festival’s closing night. 486 more words


#869 Rumble Fish (1983)

#869 Rumble Fish 

 1983 // USA // Francis Ford Coppola

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I have been constantly struggling with the filmography of Francis Ford Coppola, the man who directed the formidable Godfather (1972), I find myself either loving his films tremendously like Apocalypse Now (1979) and Godfather I and II, or simply dismissing them as if their existence matters nothing, and Rumble Fish belongs to the later group. 422 more words

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The Godfather: Solozzo’s Death - Script to Screen Analysis

Take a extensive peek into the creative process of The Godfather inspired by Francis Ford Coppola’s Godfather Notebook and find out how he made this brilliant scene of one of the greatest films of all time.

Behind The Scenes

Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather" (1972)

Academy Award Wins: Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Picture

Inducted into the National Film Registry: 1990

What more is there to possibly say about 1972’s… 2,111 more words


Apocalypse Now Review

Apocalypse Now is loosely based on a book named ‘In The Heart Of Darkness’. Francis Ford Coppola in this 153 minute lacerating experience attempts one of the most ambitious and perilous endeavor in cinematic history – to transport his viewer right in the middle of the savagery which unfolded in Vietnam. 699 more words