Tagged: Francis Ford Coppola

Just a Picture of Little Sofia Coppola and Her Daddy Francis on the Set of The Godfather: Part II (1974)

Sofia and Francis
This is too cute! I just had to share it. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (The Oscars) shared this on their Facebook page with the caption “Francis Ford Coppola in 1974 during the production of “The Godfather: Part II” (a film he would win three Oscars for – Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Director), with his daughter Sofia. She would later win an Oscar herself for Best Original Screenplay for “Lost in Translation”. #TBT“.  Continue reading

First Look at Aubrey Plaza in New Zombie Comedy ‘Life After Beth’

Yes, ladies and gentlemen they’ve already announced the movies playing at Sundance 2014. Since the festival prides itself over the fact that it almost exclusively picks movies from new-comer directors or lesser known filmmakers sometimes the only guidelines we have when picking a Sundance indie is the cast. Being an Aubrey Plaza fan and seeing that the movie also stars the likes of John C. Reilly and Anna Kendrick (which never hurts) I’m going to put this one on the list of movies to watch out for next year. Looking at these first stills for the film I have to say I’m getting strong Warm Bodies vibes, which is not a bad thing, but let’s just hope that the film is original and not a trying to be that movie (which I really liked by the way).  Continue reading

Francis Ford Coppola announces new film


The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola announced a new film, revolving around an Italo-American boy and girl in their late teens. The film is described as a coming-of-age story, to be produced by family collaborator Fred Roos. There’s no studio attached to the project yet, so it’s fair to speculate whether Coppola will release this one himself like he did with his last three films (Youth Without Youth, Tetro and Twixt).

As a fan of Coppola’s work this is exciting news, I can’t wait to hear more. It sounds like yet another very personal and intimate film from the Italo-American director that has given us classics such as The ConversationThe Godfather films and Apocalypse Now. Most of Coppola’s films revolve around youths, and specifically teenagers, especially in: The Outsiders, Rumble Fish and Peggy Sue Got Married.