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Sofia Coppola



Daughter of Francis Ford, wife of Spike Jonze and muse to Marc Jacobs, film-maker Sofia Coppola uses her life as inspiration for her movies. 1,537 more words

Lucie Young

Debt to Cinema 010: THX 1138


With less than a month remaining until the continuation of George Lucas’s Star Wars Saga, Steve thought it would be fitting to review the filmmaker’s directing debut. 11 more words


You Broke My Heart...

#32—The Godfather Part II

The argument rages on if there is ever a sequel better or even worthy of its predecessor. There are a few examples in this argument that have merit to be in the discussion. 528 more words

Film Review

‘The Godfather, Part II’ (1974) — The Dark Dream Lives On: A Tale of Two Men

At three hours and twenty minutes, The Godfather, Part II is almost as long as David O. Selznick’s Gone with the Wind, but not nearly as funny. 1,203 more words


Pentagon Whistleblower Blames Rise of ISIS on Bush at Pen Center Gala Honoring Coppola

As the Pen Center USA honored Francis Ford Coppola Monday at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg turned the night into a political discussion, naturally at an event celebrating free speech. 611 more words


Camerimage: Walter Murch on Editing, Cinematography and the Change to Digital

Walter Murch is extraordinary even within his own field: He was six times Oscar-nominated for film editing, three times nominated for sound mixing, winning for mixing on “Apocalypse Now,” and achieving a landmark double when he won both editing and mixing for his work on “The English Patient.” This week, he attends the Camerimage film festival, which is devoted to the art of cinematography, to receive the Special Award to an Editor with Unique Visual Sensitivity. 1,694 more words