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Bringing History to the Silver Screen (2001)

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The making of the motion picture "Thirteen Days".

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The making of the motion picture "Thirteen Days".

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almond lights up the screen
11 May 2004 | by (ny ny) – See all my reviews

Peter Almond, producer of Thirteen Days, lights up the screen in this behind the scenes project about the New Line release film that was overlooked by awards and audiences.

The film is a fascinating look into how to make a wonderful film within a collaborative process.

This movie was undervalued in most every way and was truly a gem. The making of film that is in question was really fun and showed how much of an impact the various collaborators have on a project.

Again, look for Almond who is a great producer and wonderful addition to this project.


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