Fun fact: Francis Ford Coppola was once 78% beard.
Francis Ford Coppola On ‘The Godfather Part II’: “There Shoulda Only Been One”
Monday, November 21 by

Was he drunk? He must have been drunk.

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Francis Ford Coppola’s ‘Twixt’ Trailer Looks Weird
Tuesday, August 2 by

Yikes. And I thought John Landis had gone downhill.

Famous Film Directors From America
Wednesday, April 13 by Walter Turner

The most famous film directors from America are filmmakers whose fame has stood the test of time or whose body of work is so extensive that their fame is almost…

Film Director Quotes About Movies
Monday, April 4 by Courtney Ferry

There are many film director quotes about movies, and here we have created a list of them for you. Are you an aspiring film director looking for inspiration? Or maybe…

5 Best Vietnam War Movies
Saturday, January 22 by Walter Turner

The difficulty in selecting the 5 best Vietnam War movies lies in sorting out the changing views of the war. Early films were generally positive in their presentation on the…

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Iranian Filmmaker C-Blocked From Filmmaking For Twenty Years
Tuesday, December 21 by

Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi has been banned from filmmaking for twenty years. Harsh. It’s not like he directed Yogi Bear.

Francis Ford Coppola Rules Out ‘Godfather 3D’
Thursday, May 13 by

For all of you Francis Ford Coppola fans who are anxiously awaiting The Godfather 3D, I'm sorry to tell you it ain't gonna happen. In an interview with ElectronicHouse, the legendary director came out swinging against the craze, saying that most films aren't enhanced by 3D, except at the box office. “I feel that until you can watch 3D without glasses, it’s the same thing we know,” he says. “I personally do not want to watch a movie with glasses. It’s tiresome.” Coppola says he even removed his 3D glasses to watch portions of “Avatar,” even though it meant he was watching out of focus. Who does this guy think he is? I recently watched Clash of the Titans in 3D, and let me tell you that it was a thousand times better than The Godfather I & II combined! If Coppola has any hope of his films being accepted by future generations, he'll convert his entire catalog to 3D at once. That way we can watch Jack in the third dimension, as it was meant to be experienced. (CinemaBlend)