Apocalypse Now (Directed by Francis Ford Coppola) - Boys with (Horror) Toys
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CLASSIC ALERT! We get into Francis Ford Coppola's all-time classic APOCALYPSE NOW (1979) on this one. Enjoy this wide-ranging talk that goes from Hearts of Darkness (the doc) to the meaning of the Jungle to the wild, weird adventure-horror (both on-screen AND off) this movie takes us on.Thanks Skillshare for sponsoring this episode! Explore your creativity at http://skillshare.com/SMTM and get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership.We're going to be releasing some *BONUS CONTENT* over at the Wisecrack Patreon. This month, we'll release an extended conversation on Apocalypse Now. Next Hallo-month, perhaps we'll do something a little spookier! Check it out + ad-free access to other Wisecrack videos and podcasts over at https://www.patreon.com/wisecrack !Have thoughts? Let us know - we may play it on air!Leave us a voicemail: +1 (213) 534-8807Leave us an email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to catch the show LIVE? We stream the discussion on our YouTube channel every Tuesday at 6pm PST! https://wscrk.com/3xBI3vuFollow us on Twitter for more deep dives on discussions from the show!@SMTM_pod@austin_hayden (Austin)@ryansgameshow (Ryan)@creamatoria (Raymond)Other Wisecrack Podcasts!Culture Binge: https://wscrk.com/culturebingeRespect Our Authoritah!: https://wscrk.com/respectThe Squanch: https://wscrk.com/squanch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA with BRYAN COGMAN
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Our popular FROM TOP TO BOTTOM series returns with one of the greatest filmmakers to ever step behind a camera - the inimitable FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA. And we're joined for this 90-minute (that's a laugh) dive into his entire filmography by writer and producer BRYAN COGMAN, from GAME OF THRONES. It's a beautiful messy dive into one hell of an auteur. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/movieswithgravy/support
At Home with War in “Apocalypse Now” (1979) by Francis Ford Coppola
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Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore doesn’t flinch for enemy fire, loves the smell of napalm in the morning, and would literally kill for good surfing and a beachside barbecue. His attempts to recreate home within the theater of war render him the perfect foil to a certain upriver madman, who seems intent on making high culture serve the purposes of primitive horror. And yet Kurtz is ready to argue that it is his methods that are more sound, just because they embrace their ruthlessness more honestly, in contrast to the impotent half-measures of an imperial power that can rationalize its atrocities as collateral damage in the service of a larger humanitarian goal. Which approach should evoke more horror? Wes & Erin analyze Francis Ford Coppola’s 1979 film “Apocalypse Now.”The conversation continues on our after-show (post)script. Get this and other bonus content at by subscribing at Patreon.This podcast is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Visit AirwaveMedia.com to listen and subscribe to other Airwave shows like Food with Former New York Times food journalist and bestselling author Mark Bittman; and Movie Therapy, in which Siskel & Ebert meets Dear Abby.Email email@example.com to enquire about advertising on the podcast.Follow: Twitter | Facebook | WebsiteThanks to Nick Ketter for the audio editing on this episode.
Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese and Robert Zemeckis: The Magic of Film
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A stunning assemblage of filmmakers who shaped cinema in the late 20th century: Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Robert DeNiro and Robert Zemeckis. Their personal journeys are inspiring, unlikely, and at times - painful. They tell the stories here of how they fell in love with the movies as children, and how they single-mindedly pursued transforming that love into a career, often at the expense of their personal lives.
Check out a bonus episode of our newest podcast, End of Day Drinks. In this episode, we talk to iconic filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, who’s known not only for his legendary films but for The Family Coppola wine. We’ll hear how he first fell in love with wine through his Italian heritage in New York, and how he used his earnings from The Godfather to buy his first winery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Is Francis Ford Coppola's Godfather II re-cut a masterpiece? (#564)
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More and more film directors are re-cutting previous work to give their stories room to "breathe" - and one of the most successful at this has been Francis Ford Coppola. ROBSERVATIONS host, writer-director-producer Robert Meyer Burnett, talks how Coppola's re-cutting of films like APOCALYPSE NOW, COTTON CLUB ENCORE (with new music) and now GODFATHER III (known as THE GODFATHER CODA - The Death of Michael Corleone) is making these films worth watching again.RMB also provides updates on the upcoming Intergalactic Imagination Connoisseurs' Film Festival and a new show on The Burnettwork - LET'S GET PHYSICAL MEDIA, plus dozens of letters from fans and live questions from viewers of the live stream.(ROBSERVATIONS Episode #564 • Originally streamed November 25, 2020)
Francis Ford Coppola calls the MCU "despicable." James Gunn responds. (#254)
Robservations - The Show About Something
Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, follows up on a previous show about Martin Scorsese's comments concerning the MCU by sharing a story about Francis Ford Coppola's statement backing up his buddy, Marty. Coppola was in France at the time and called MCU films repetitive and "despicable."Rob also reads and responds to letters from fellow Imagination Connoisseurs from the Post-Geek Singularity and answers questions by fans participating in the live chat during the show.(ROBSERVATIONS Episode #254 • Originally streamed October 20, 2019)
The Cine-Files is starting off their Month(s) of Coppola with an exploration of the man himself. Francis Ford Coppola is not only one of the most important directors of all time he is also, in many ways the elder statesman of an entire generation of filmmakers. His life, triumphs battles and failures are almost as dramatic as the films he directed. If you wand to experience Coppola's work you can buy or stream just about every one of his films right here. https://www.cine-files.net/francis-test It's also time for their annual listener survey, so if you want to help select which movie from 2011, John and Steve break down first, you need to fill out our latest listener survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VQHXMX5 Don’t forget to support The Cine-Files at https://www.patreon.com/TheCineFiles and purchase any film we feature at https://www.cine-files.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCineFilesPod/?ref=bookmarks John @therochasays Steve @srmorris The Cine-Files Twitter @cine_files Instagram thecinefilespodcast Sponsorships: off for this episode Sponsorships: off for this episode--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/support
In this episode, we look at legendary director Francis Ford Coppola, who gifted us with such cinematic gems as The Godfather Trilogy, Apocalypse Now, The Conversation, The Outsiders and Bram Stoker's Dracula, before pulling a near disappearing act in the later part of his career, dipping in to direct vastly different films, such as Jack with Robin Williams, an adaptation of John Grisham's The Rainmaker and then some truly odd, underwhelming flicks like Youth Without Youth and Twixt. Coppola has also worked heavily as a producer and even has his own wine, which you can pick up at most liquor stores, but his absence from greatness on the big screen has left us wondering WTF Happened to Francis Ford Coppola?