Corey Eubanks' Stunt Stories Returns Dec 2, 2018

Corey Eubanks' Stunt Stories Returns

Corey Eubanks will disclose the startling truth about what really took place during the filming of some of the biggest television shows and feature films Hollywood has ever produced, including “The Dukes of Hazzard” – “The Fall-Guy” – “The A-Team” “TRANSFORMERS” - “THE FAST AND FURIOUS” and “TERMINATOR GENISYS”.

Tue, 10/23/2018 - 07:03
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David Cronenberg | "Cosmopolis" (2012)

David Cronenberg - General Discussion

What do you think about this phone, first of all?

It's kind of interesting, isn't it? I mean, it's not as revealing as one might have thought. And people are just getting used to the incredible mobility that a remote phone gives you, moving around, doing stuff while you're talking on the phone, so I wonder whether this is going against the momentum of that freedom.

Thu, 02/15/2018 - 08:25
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Alex Cox | Director/Filmmaker

Alex Cox - On his films

Where do you get the money for your films?

This is the second-most-asked question I encounter. (The most-asked question is, "What's Joe Strummer doing nowadays?") As a young lad, scrabbling in the red sandhills of my home planet, Mars, I found a huge trove of Mexican tesobonos and American dollars in a cave. Apparently they had been stashed there by corrupt American and Russian astrounauts, some time in the late 21st century.

Wed, 02/07/2018 - 10:27
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Francis Ford Coppola | Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Composer

Francis Ford Coppola - Up to "The Cotton Club"

You served your apprenticeship originally with Roger Corman working on horror movies. Was that a good apprenticeship?

quote-leftOh yeah. Aside from the fact that it was the only apprenticeship possible, the only way to gain that experience. Nowadays there are many people like Roger making so-called exploitation films. But in those days there was nothing other than Roger, and I was lucky to become his personal assistant, and he assigned me many many different jobs, from editing and writing to being a sound recordist, cameraman - you name it, I did it for him. And although the pay was, of course, very very poor, what you gained in experience and confidence more than made up for it.

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 13:30
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Director, Michelangelo Antonioni

Michelangelo Antonioni (On Directing)

I am not a theoretician of the cinema. If you ask me what directing is, the first answer that comes into my head is: I don't know. The second: All my opinions on the subject are in my films. Among other things, I am an opponent of any separation of the various phases of the work. Such separation has an exclusively practical value. It is valuable for all those who participate in the work - except for the director, if he happens to be both author and director at once. To speak of directing as one of the phases in this work is to engage in a theoretical discussion which seems to me opposed to that unity of the whole to which every artist is committed during his work.

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 16:29
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