Producer | Director | Writer
Like Martin Scorsese, Coppola was a sickly youth, a case of polio which allowed him time to indulge in puppet theater and home movies.
[on his 'Live Cinema' project] I'm thrilled that I'm in a position to search for what the possibilities [of cinema] are. I do feel it's a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That basically since the invention of the phonograph and ...
Includes the original author's name in the title of his adaptations (i.e., Mario Puzo's The Godfather (1972), Bram Stoker's Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)).
Detroit, Michigan, USA
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