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Annihilation ★★½

Alex Garland’s Ex Machina was a wonderful surprise when it premiered three years ago. Restrained, tense, and with just the right level of thought-provoking ambition, it stands among the best of this decade’s science fiction cinema. 1,159 more words

Apocalypse Now Is Amazing

Major Spoilers For Apocalypse Now And Heart of Darkness Ahead

I read Heart of Darkness and didn’t think much of it. It suffered from poor pacing which made a 110 page story feel like it went on forever. 837 more words

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Youth Without Youth (2007)

Youth Without Youth
Dir. Francis Ford Coppola
Premiered at Rome October 20, 2007

In the 1970s, Francis Ford Coppola was one of the most famous directors in the world, having produced a string of critically and commercially outstanding works. 527 more words


Francis Ford Coppola's Limited Edition "Godfather Notebook" Goes Missing

It looks like someone stole some memorabilia from The Godfather hoping to get an offer that they can’t refuse. Replicas of Francis Ford Coppola’s “Godfather Notebook” which include items from the production of the legendary film have gone missing. 140 more words

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When I met... Francis Ford Coppola

I wish I could remember her name. When we one day move to a house again and get our stuff out of storage I’ll find my old travel diary and find out. 860 more words


Francis Ford Coppola & Paramount Dedicate Studio Building To Trailblazing Female Filmmaker Dorothy Arzner

On Thursday afternoon Paramount dedicated its Dressing Room building on the Melrose Ave. lot to one of the industry’s pioneers: Dorothy Arzner who to this day continues to count the most directing credits at 20 for any female director. 938 more words

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Francis Coppola Helps Paramount Dedicate Building to Pioneer Director Dorothy Arzner

Dorothy Arzner, the legendary film director who helmed more studio films than any other woman in history, was honored by Paramount Pictures on Thursday, with the studio dedicating one of the buildings on its Hollywood lot in her name. 450 more words