Hollywood Mavericks (1990)

  |  Documentary


A documentary focusing on seventeen maverick directors who were not afraid to break the rules of filmmaking to advance their art from John Ford to Martin Scorsese.

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Directors:

Florence Dauman , Dale Ann Stieber

Writers:

Todd McCarthy, Michael Henry Wilson

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5 May 2001 | coop-16
10
| A great documentary for "movie buffs"
Any movie buff should love this flick, with its interviews with such greats as Sam Fuller, King Vidor, Scorsese, Lynch, and Bogdanovich, and its clips from a lot of great(and not so great) films. The title is taken from Orson Welles ' great acceptance speech at the AFI dinner (included in its entirity), when he called himself a "maverick".A lot of fun to view-and review.

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Soundtracks

Billy the Kid
Composed by
Aaron Copland (1938)
Played as background music

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Release Date:

7 September 1990

Language

English


Country of Origin

Japan, USA

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