15.07.2012 [Irish Independent] - Did you know that FrancisFord Coppola's first movie was made in Ardmore Studios in Wicklow? Yes, the legendary director of The Godfather and Apocalypse Now had his first outing as a director in Ireland in 1961, when he directed a cheap horror movie
19.07.2012 [Terra.com] - Más recientemente, también rodaron en Cinecittà directores de la talla de Martin Scorsese y FrancisFord Coppola. En abril de 2011 la "Fábrica de los sueños", como se conoce a los estudios, abrió sus puertas al gran público, 74 años después de su
(born Francis Feeney, August 14, 1881 – September 5, 1953) was a prolific film actor, writer, and director. He was the mentor and elder brother of film director John Ford. He also appeared in many of John Ford's movies, including Young Mr. Lincoln and The Quiet Man.
10.08.2012 [Screen Rant] - ideas that included bringing FrancisFord Coppola, Martin Scorsese, and Werner Herzog together to direct. Everything (sorta) changed earlier this year, when reports emerged that a spec script penned by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon (the same guys
09.08.2012 [Pittsburgh Post Gazette] - The next month, prominent American directors such as FrancisFord Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Joel and Ethan Coen, Steven Spielberg and Mr. Moore signed a letter urging the Iranian's release. In May 2010, after embarking on a hunger strike, Mr. Panahi
08.08.2012 [San Francisco Chronicle] - Note: DirectorFrancisFord Coppola will appear Friday at the Sundance Kabuki. Not rated. Opens Friday. Unforgivable Crime writer Francis trots off to Venice to pen his new book. His attention diverts to a real estate agent - an ex-model - and they marry.
FrancisFord (born Francis Feeney, August 14, 1881 – September 5, 1953) was a prolific film actor, writer, and director. He was the mentor and elder brother of ...Biography - Work - Selected filmography - References
02.08.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - "I saw it as a film that was playing in my head, as directed by a dream team of my favorite directors — David Lynch, P.T. Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, Alfonso Cuarón, '70s-era FrancisFord Coppola and maybe Jane Campion too." Once it had taken root, Tan