His comeback picture Megalopolis has been marred by high-profile snafus — not that we'd expect anything less.
By Anton Bitel
The Roger Corman-produced Dementia 13 is much more than a quickie Hitchcock ripoff, as this Director’s Cut proves.
By James Clarke
This teenage drama from 1983 is the pinnacle of the director’s career-long obsession with the passage of time.
He’s willing to fork out his own millions on a would-be cast of Oscar Isaac, Cate Blanchett and Forest Whitaker.
Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone will restore the director and Mario Puzo’s original vision.
His role as taciturn surveillance expert Harry Caul is a masterful portrayal of alienation and loneliness.
By Thomas Hobbs
The composer and Cat’s Eyes member discusses her deep connection to Nino Rota’s 1972 masterpiece.
The Cotton Club's Encore cut restores studio-pruned footage.
Francis Ford Coppola caused an unprecedented stir when he unveiled his unfinished Vietnam opus in 1979.
At the third time of asking, Francis Ford Coppola has finally cracked it.
Forty years ago, director Michael Cimino set a masterful precedent for coming to terms with the trauma of war in The Deer Hunter.
Five Came Back reveals how a handful of famous directors went to war and came back changed.
By Dan Einav
Apocalypse Now: The Game is coming to a console near you...
Released 50 years ago, this understated and underloved drama is deserving of a reappraisal.
The cult Italian horror maestro has influenced everyone from John Carpenter to Nicolas Winding Refn.
Embrace of the Serpent director Ciro Guerra on the logistical and spiritual challenge of shooting in a rainforest.