Coppola


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United States filmmaker (born in 1939)

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Six feature films into her career, Coppola remains unique in a film industry that, in particular, rarely makes celebrities of female directors.
DIANE KEATON As Kay Adams As ROBERT DE NIRO As Vito Corleone ROBERT DUVALL As Tom Hagen FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA Director JAMES CAAN As Sonny Corleone AL PACINO As Michael Corleone TALIA SHIRE As Connie Corleone
Coppola, Pacino, Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, James Caan, Talia Shire and Robert Duvall watched back-to-back screenings of "The Godfather" (1972) and "The Godfather: Part II" (1974) along with an audience of 6,000 on the closing night of the Tribeca film festival.
Since viewing Don Siegel's 1971 version of the film starring Clint Eastwood, Coppola said she's been attracted to the story of a Civil War soldier who finds himself trapped in girls' boarding school.
US-based device benefit Management solutions company IPG's board of directors have elected Vince Coppola as an executive director, the company said.
On May 10,1962, Coppola won the top prize in UCLA's Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Creative Writing Contest.
Thereafter, Coppola would go to art school and study painting, eventually becoming a commercial photographer, and helping design her own clothing line, Milk Fed, which was--and still is a success in Japan.
The archive also included a January 21, 1971 letter from Puzo to Coppola, producer Al Ruddy and Paramount's Peter Bart, nine partial copies of the first Godfather script in various stages of completion, a 744-page typed working draft manuscript for the Godfather novel (then titled "Mafia"), six large storyboards outlining the novel's development, a 15-page novel outline noting that character Johnny Fontane was based on Frank Sinatra, Puzo's copy of Coppola's Godfather "Bible" and Puzo's 1965 Olympia typewriter, which was probably used to write the novel.
It would be indecent not to list--once again--the director's worst trials during nearly two years of filming overseas: first came Typhoon Olga to sweep away his sets in the Philippines; next, star Martin Sheen suffered a nearly fatal heart attack in the jungle; Coppola went bankrupt, then began coming apart at the seams; incredibly, he and his wife were briefly hospitalized for malnutrition.
NEW YORK: The Coppola family has given us Francis Ford Coppola, Nicolas Cage, Sofia Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, Talia Shire and some very good wine.
When Francis Coppola decided to remove his movie memorabilia and rename Niebaum-Coppola winery Rubicon Estate Winery (now Inglenook), the move was met with confusion and resistance on the parts of its Napa Valley neighbors and even members of the winery's own staff.
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VENICE, Italy -- First-time director Gia Coppola says she is trying to find her own voice as a filmmaker, so she didn't seek much help from either grandfather Francis Ford Coppola or aunt Sofia Coppola.
NEW YORK * The story of a Long Island Catholic ousted from his parish jobs for marrying his male partner generated headlines, outrage and an 18,000-signature petition to Bishop William Murphy to have Nicholas Coppola reinstated.