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Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola

Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola

Charlie Chaplin with Albert Einstein at the premiere of City Lights, vintage, inspirering, great personalities, celeb, famous, portrait, photo b/w.

Charlie Chaplin with Albert Einstein at the premiere of City Lights, vintage, inspirering, great personalities, celeb, famous, portrait, photo b/w.

Capra, Frank - Signed Photo – Tamino Autographs

Capra, Frank - Signed Photo

Capra, Frank - Signed Photo – Tamino Autographs

Silence (2016), d. Martin Scorsese, d.p. Rodrigo Prieto

Silence (2016), d. Martin Scorsese, d.p. Rodrigo Prieto

Martin Scorsese sits in front of Ferrara’s cafe on Mulberry Street in Little Italy, during the making of his film, Mean Streets, New York City, October 17, 1973. Listen to a 27-year old Martin Scorsese talk about curating New York City’s inaugural Movies in the Park film series, as well as his thoughts on the direction of the New American Cinema. At the time of this 1970 WNYC interview, Scorsese was still a relative unknown: his first feature, Who’s That Knocking at My Door, was thea...

Martin Scorsese sits in front of Ferrara’s cafe on Mulberry Street in Little Italy, during the making of his film, Mean Streets, New York City, October 17, 1973. Listen to a 27-year old Martin Scorsese talk about curating New York City’s inaugural Movies in the Park film series, as well as his thoughts on the direction of the New American Cinema. At the time of this 1970 WNYC interview, Scorsese was still a relative unknown: his first feature, Who’s That Knocking at My Door, was thea...

Jacques Audiard, director of A Prophet and The Beat That My Heart Skipped.

Jacques Audiard

Jacques Audiard, director of A Prophet and The Beat That My Heart Skipped.

Martin Scorsese: Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, Cape Fear, etc.

Martin Scorsese: Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, Cape Fear, etc.

Francis Ford Coppola & Gene Hackman on the set of The Conversation (all time favorite for so many reasons)

Francis Ford Coppola & Gene Hackman on the set of The Conversation (all time favorite for so many reasons)

The first two Godfather films are timeless. Perfect cast, great directing from Francis Ford Coppola, and you get to watch the rise and fall of Michael Corleone.

The first two Godfather films are timeless. Perfect cast, great directing from Francis Ford Coppola, and you get to watch the rise and fall of Michael Corleone.

The best director ever..........Martin Scorsese

The best director ever..........Martin Scorsese

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