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Scott Glenn Landed His ‘Apocalypse Now’ Role After Saving Francis Ford Coppola’s Life

Scott Glenn was cast in 'Apocalypse Now' after a series of events that included saving Francis Ford Coppola's life. The veteran actor explains how it all started with an eye roll.

Martin Sheen Begged Coppola to Film His Bloodied ‘Apocalypse Now’ Breakdown

Martin Sheen had to beg Francis Ford Coppola to keep the cameras rolling during an 'Apocalypse Now' take where the actor severely hurt himself, thus capturing one of the most iconic scenes in the film.

Marlon Brando and Dennis Hopper Nearly Came to Blows on ‘Apocalypse Now’

Marlon Brando and Dennis Hopper nearly threw punches during 'Apocalypse Now' over a simple misunderstanding that got so big, they couldn't be on set together.

Francis Ford Coppola Offers Advice to Budding Filmmakers at the Lumière Festival

'The Godfather' director and recipient of this year's Lumière Award gave a master class in Lyon to a packed auditorium of students and fans.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in June

Take a look at the titles that will disappear from Netflix next month.

Barry Malkin, Francis Ford Coppola’s Film Editor and Two-Time Oscar Nominee, Dies at 80

Barry Malkin, the film editor who collaborated with director Francis Ford Coppola on 11 features, earning Oscar nominations for 'The Godfather: Part III' and 'The Cotton Club,' has died. He was 80.

Tribeca: Danny Boyle’s Beatles Movie ‘Yesterday’ Set as Closing Night Film

The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday announced it will close with the world premiere of Danny Boyle's Beatles film 'Yesterday,' and will feature anniversary screenings of 'Say Anything' and 'Apocalypse Now.'

‘Lawrence of Arabia’ Tops Cinematographers’ List of Milestone Films

'Lawrence of Arabia,' 'Blade Runner,' 'Apocalypse Now' have topped the ASC cinematographers' list of milestone films.

‘Erase and Forget’: Film Review | Berlin 2017

Documentary director Andrea Luka Zimmerman embeds herself with Bo Gritz, the Special Forces veteran whose bloodthirsty real-life exploits inspired Rambo and others, in 'Erase and Forget.'

Toronto: ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Helmer Calls for Armenian Genocide to Be Recognized

His new drama, 'The Promise,' which stars Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale, addresses the genocide.

Camerimage to Honor ‘Apocalypse Now’ Sound Designer Walter Murch

The world's top cinematography festival is set to give him a special editing award, which recognizes the veteran editor who also worked on 'The English Patient' and 'Cold Mountain' among other films.