Francis Ford Coppola

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United States filmmaker (born in 1939)

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No one can say that Francis Coppola was not an auteur's auteur.
My job working for Francis Coppola was never to ask 'if,' but 'how.
Francis Coppola, director of such films as "Apocalypse Now" and "The Godfather," was looking to buy a summer home and make a little wine like his grandparents did.
Wendy Putman has been appointed to the newly created position of president of Francis Coppola Brands.
The 1970s saw the arrival of directors Francis Coppola, Martin Scorsese, George Lucas, and Steven Spielberg, the first generation of artists raised on movies.
A new book, Francis Coppola - The Making of His Movies by Ronald Bergan (Orion pounds 6.
Brazilian beauty Luciana Morad has also been lusted after by a string of stars including film director Francis Coppola, actor Jean Claude Van Damme and boxer Mike Tyson.
Kevin Brownlow's reconstruction of the film had been conducted more or less in scholarly obscurity until Francis Coppola came in, trailing clouds of hoopla.
Francis Coppola was then recruited for a tab of $350,000 and delivered a superb screenplay; indeed, the possibility of another Coppola-Brando co-venture was intriguing with Brando playing an older, brooding Jay Gatsby.
Corey Beck, winemaker for the Francis Coppola Winery in Sonoma County, Calif.
Tavoularis, who worked with Francis Coppola on thirteen films and can take credit for introducing Coppola to Marlon Brando, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Art Director's Guild in 2007.
Early in my career, I worked with Francis Coppola, and he hardly said anything to me.
And in the end, a bitterly divided Cannes jury (led by Francis Coppola and including Atom Egoyan) recognized the impact of Crash by inventing a prize for it--one that praised its "daring, audacity and innovation.
Paul is pressed into the director's chair after Andrzej's replacement, a brash American whiz kid who seems loosely modeled after Francis Coppola (played by Roman's cousin--and Francis's nephew--Jason Schwartzman), breaks his leg.
The bad news involves Francis Coppola, the third contributor to the film, whose segment is so thoroughly, megalomaniacally bad that it becomes, in a perverse way, the mustsee part of this anthology.