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The World Is Not Enough (1999)

James Bond investigates the murder of a wealthy industrialist within the very walls of MI6 by the ruthless terrorist who kidnapped and tortured his young daughter. 225 more words


The UP Series

The Up Series is a series of documentaries that started as one-hour TV docs that evolved into feature length films. In 1964, Granada Television selected 20 seven-year-olds in Britain from widely different backgrounds. 984 more words
Jaime Pond

Michael Apted: Keeping the Line Between Fact and Fiction Sharply in Focus

BYDGOSZCZ, Poland — For Michael Apted, it’s not critical whether a story is told as a documentary or as a narrative, he says. He’s done both, having begun his film career with the almost accidental invention of the “longitudinal documentary” with 1963’s “7 Up!” and its follow-up editions every seven years, following 14 Britons throughout their lives. 386 more words


Director Michael Apted Lists Contemporary Bungalow in Venice

SELLER: Michael Apted
PRICE: $2,299,000, reduced from $2,449,000
SIZE: 2,523 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms

YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: A contemporary residence in Venice, Calif., a somewhat clunkily massed collection of boxy volumes owned per property records by English-born television, film and documentary director/producer Michael Apted, was originally listed at$2,449,000but is now available at $2,299,000. 288 more words

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Michael Apted to Receive Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award

Michael Apted, known for a spectrum of credits ranging from the “Up” documentaries, to Bond film “The World Is Not Enough,” to Showtime’s “Masters of Sex” series, will receive a lifetime achievement award for directing at the Camerimage cinematography film festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland. 248 more words


Directors Guild of America Sets Negotiations With Producers

The Directors Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers have set a tentative date to enter into contract negotiations in early December. 291 more words


Film of the Book: Enigma

Directed by Michael Apted (2001)

From the book review:

It’s 1943, and the Allies rely on the shipping convoys from the US to keep their battered countries fed and munitioned.

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