Francis Ford Coppola is really worried that making a whole bunch of Star Wars movies ruined George Lucas. Which leaves us wondering if we would trade more Star Wars for a lot of original Lucas content.
Here’s a film to close out the weekend with: Francis Ford Coppola’s first ever film, Battle Beyond The Sun, which came out in 1959.
Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt drummed up a lot of Comic-Con press, but once you take a look at the ridiculous trailer starring Val Kilmer as a supernatural writer, you may not understand why.
In a new interview, acclaimed director Francis Ford Coppola takes a radical stance on issues of downloading, copyright, and art: Maybe the students downloading movies and music are right, he says. Maybe we artists shouldn't get paid.
Joining fellow film industry chum Roger Ebert, Godfather director Coppola has spoken out against 3D movies, saying that "until you can watch 3D without glasses, it's the same thing we know."
Youth Without Youth, Francis Ford Coppola's new art film, is stealth science fiction. It's the story of a 70-something Romanian academic who miraculously becomes rejuvenated after a lightning strike. But its dense metaphysical themes and non-chronological storytelling will probably keep most SF fans away. [SciFiScanner