Francis Ford Coppola

Megalopolis – first-look review

By David Jenkins

Ignore the haters – this is the kaleidoscopic, enriching, Wellsian vision of a grand old master with nothing to lose.

Cannes Film Festival 2024: the full line-up

By David Jenkins

Yorgos Lanthimos, David Cronenberg and Francis Ford Coppola roll out for France's premiere film jamboree.

For Francis Ford Coppola, a production off the rails is right on track

By Charles Bramesco

His comeback picture Megalopolis has been marred by high-profile snafus — not that we'd expect anything less.

Discover Francis Ford Coppola’s Psycho-inspired directorial debut

By Anton Bitel

The Roger Corman-produced Dementia 13 is much more than a quickie Hitchcock ripoff, as this Director’s Cut proves.

Nothing Gold Can Stay – In praise of Francis Ford Coppola’s The Outsiders

By James Clarke

This teenage drama from 1983 is the pinnacle of the director’s career-long obsession with the passage of time.

Francis Ford Coppola is set to finish his long-delayed epic Megalopolis

By Charles Bramesco

He’s willing to fork out his own millions on a would-be cast of Oscar Isaac, Cate Blanchett and Forest Whitaker.

Francis Ford Coppola has prepared a new edit of The Godfather Part III

By Charles Bramesco

Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone will restore the director and Mario Puzo’s original vision.

Why I love Gene Hackman’s performance in The Conversation

By Alexander Boucher

His role as taciturn surveillance expert Harry Caul is a masterful portrayal of alienation and loneliness.

Know The Score: Rachel Zeffira on The Godfather

By Thomas Hobbs

The composer and Cat’s Eyes member discusses her deep connection to Nino Rota’s 1972 masterpiece.

The story of Apocalypse Now’s controversial Cannes premiere

By Katherine Jane Alexander

Francis Ford Coppola caused an unprecedented stir when he unveiled his unfinished Vietnam opus in 1979.

The new Final Cut promises a definitive Apocalypse Now

By Charles Bramesco

At the third time of asking, Francis Ford Coppola has finally cracked it.

How Hollywood confronted the Vietnam veteran experience

By Lillian Crawford

Forty years ago, director Michael Cimino set a masterful precedent for coming to terms with the trauma of war in The Deer Hunter.

The astonishing true story of Hollywood and World War Two

By Adam Woodward

Five Came Back reveals how a handful of famous directors went to war and came back changed.

Which movie would you most like to play as a video game?

By Dan Einav

Apocalypse Now: The Game is coming to a console near you...

Why Is Paris Burning? remains one of the great anti-war epics

By Brogan Morris

Released 50 years ago, this understated and underloved drama is deserving of a reappraisal.

Why your favourite directors love Mario Bava

By Martyn Conterio

The cult Italian horror maestro has influenced everyone from John Carpenter to Nicolas Winding Refn.

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