by Pauline Kael At the end of The Godfather Part II (1974), the story was complete—beautifully complete. Francis Ford Coppola knew it, and for over...
Giacomo R. Carioti incontra a Roma il giovane produttore del 'Padrino', Albert S. Ruddy, con cui ricostruisce la storia del film
Vittorio Storaro recalls the photographic challenges he confronted during the tumultuous production of Francis Ford Coppola's hallucinatory Vietnam War epic 'Apocalypse Now'
"The most important thing I wanted to do in the making of Apocalypse Now was to create a film experience that would give its audience a sense of the horror, the madness, the sensuousness, and the moral dilemma of the Vietnam war. "
American director Francis Ford Coppola interviewed by William Murray for Playboy magazine, July 1975 issue
Francis Ford Coppola on 'The Godfather Part III. Interview by Ana Maria Bahiana for CINEMA Papers
Francis Coppola's Apocalypse Now lives up to its grand title, disclosing not only the various faces of war but also the contradictions between excitement and boredom, terror and pity, brutality and beauty.
Apocalypse Now come segno della divisione fra il moderno e il postmoderno. Saggio di Francesco Binni
The director discusses his new movie — One from the Heart — and his bold vision for the future of filmmaking
10 Reasons why The Godfather Part III is crap
Speciale pubblicato dalla rivista "Duel" nel 2001 in occasione dell'uscita di "Apocalypse Now Redux"