Directors on Directors (1997– )

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Jonathan Nossiter is the young winner of this year Sundance Film Festival with his controversial film "Sunday", also presented at the 50th Cannes Film Festival in the section Quinzane des ... See full summary »

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Jonathan Nossiter is the young winner of this year Sundance Film Festival with his controversial film "Sunday", also presented at the 50th Cannes Film Festival in the section Quinzane des realizateurs. Nossiter represents the new independent American cinema, committed to human values and social issues. In the episode he spends a whole day together with the great actors' director Arthur Penn. In his home facing Central Park, around New York on an old cab, on the stage of the Actor's Studio, Nossiter is looking for the real soul of his interviewee. Adam Simon, the director of cult-horrors like "Carnosaur" or "Brain Dead II", interviews his mentor and first producer Roger Corman. Simon meets him in his Concord Studios in Venice, Ca. With a frantic and creative style of shooting, the director explores the factory where great masterpieces of the B-movies industry were born, discusses with Corman the philosophy behind his career, his trust for younger talents, his obsession with sexuality ... Written by Anonymous

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