Archive for category: Francis Ford Coppola

“Apocalypse Now”: an audiovisual aid

1 October, 2008 (00:43) | by Richard T. Jameson, Film Reviews, Francis Ford Coppola | By: Richard T. Jameson

[Originally published in The Weekly (Seattle), October 17, 1979] It was like another art altogether. That sombre theme had to be given a sinister resonance, a tonality of its own, a continued vibration that, I hoped, would hang in the air and dwell on the ear after the last note had been struck. —Joseph Conrad […]

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Altman and Coppola in the Seventies: Power and the People

29 September, 2008 (00:18) | by Robert C. Cumbow, Directors, Essays, Francis Ford Coppola, Robert Altman | By: Robert C. Cumbow

[Editor’s Note: The House Next Door is currently reissuing a series of articles developed at 24LiesASecond, a now-defunct platform for provocative criticism with an underdog bite. Author Bob Cumbow is a member of the Parallax View collective and his essays are being published simultaneously on Parallax View. The essay below was first published on 11/26/2005, […]

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