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Sofia Coppola Has Never Been Afraid to Confront the Father

This is the third volume of a weeklong series on the theme of fatherhood in the work of six contemporary filmmakers. You can read the rest here. In the film world, there are few father-daughter relationships as high-profile or as thoroughly committed to celluloid as the one between Francis Ford Coppola and his daughter Sofia. After cameoing as an infant in The Godfather, their working partnership began in earnest by 1990, when a 19-year-old Sofia starred in the maligned Godfather Part III as a last-minute replacement for Winona Ryder, who had fallen ill and needed to be replaced. In her pouting, cherub-cheeked role as Mary Corleone, she becomes a fallen angel, taking a bullet intended for her father Michael in an operatic conclusion of fated proportions. But the reviews were often cruel, even accusing Sofia’s performance of nearly ruining the film in some of the most acrid instances.
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Sofia Coppola Inaugurates New York Ballet’s Spring Season with Black-and-White Short — Watch

Sofia Coppola honored her New York City roots — and one of its most renowned cultural institutions — with a new short film for the New York City Ballet. Shot in black-and-white by her “On the Rocks” and “The Beguiled” cinematographer Philippe Le Sourd, the film features the music of Frédéric Chopin, Igor Stravinsky, Johannes Brahms, and more, and choreography from dance legend Jerome Robbins, among others. Previewing five new works, the short was filmed on location at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, and serves as a fundraiser introducing New York City Ballet’s spring season, and first-ever virtual gala.
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‘The Beguiled’: Sofia Coppola on Taking on a Genre Movie and Why It’s Not a Remake (Q&A) and The Beguiled: Sofia Coppola Southern gothic film first look

‘The Beguiled’: Sofia Coppola on Taking on a Genre Movie and Why It’s Not a Remake (Q&A) and The Beguiled: Sofia Coppola Southern gothic film first look. The Beguiled: Sofia Coppola Southern gothic film first look and ‘The Beguiled’: Sofia Coppola on Taking on a Genre Movie and Why It’s Not a Remake (Q&A)
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Sofia Coppola has directed a new short film for the New York City Ballet

Sofia Coppola is the American cinema’s most consciously bi-coastal auteur, having given us essential Los Angeles films like Somewhere and The Bling Ring before moving to New York in 2010 and bringing her work with her, setting A Very Murray Christmas and On the Rocks in the city that never sleeps. An unexpected new project from Coppola further cements her reputation as an assimilated-and-proud New Yorker.
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Sofia Coppola on Chanel handbags: 'Your first one is a rite of passage'

Sofia Coppola may be best known as the talent behind The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation and Marie Antoinette, but she has the magic touch when it comes to fashion, too. The 49-year-old director has long been the thinking woman’s style muse, thanks to her love of understated, tomboyish classics, while her friendship with Marc Jacobs has led to some of the most memorable - and successful - collaborations of all time.
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Bill Murray Gets Candid on 'Ghostbusters' Sequels, 'Groundhog Day', Working With Wes Anderson & Sofia Coppola and More

The 36th Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) presented its highest honor, the Maltin Modern Master Award (established in 1995, and then re-named to recognize long-time renowned film critic Leonard Maltin in 2015), to actor Bill Murray during a live virtual presentation on April 2nd. The award was created to honor an individual who has enriched our culture through accomplishments in the motion picture industry, and in celebrating his work from On the Rocks and Rushmore to Groundhog Day and Ghostbusters, as well as so many titles in between, it was easy to see why the Academy Award-nominated actor is an American film legend.
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Bill Murray Raves About Sofia Coppola and Miley Cyrus During Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Bill Murray has nothing but wonderful things to say about Sofia Coppola and Miley Cyrus. As the actor, 70, was honored with the Maltin Modern Master Award at the 36th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Friday, he spoke about his deep respect for the filmmaker, whom he first worked with for the 2003 film Lost in Translation and again for the 2020 film On the Rocks.
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Kirsten Dunst Just Announced She's Pregnant — With Help From Sofia Coppola

Kirsten Dunst is pregnant and expecting her second child. The actress shared the exciting news with a little help from her friend and collaborator, director Sofia Coppola. For W's annual "Directors Issue," she announced the pregnancy with a photo shoot called "All Dressed Up With Nowhere to Go." In the image, she lays on an adorned bed wearing a white lace gown by Rodarte designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy.
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Hollywood Gets Casual: Bill Murray, Jason Sudeikis Among Those Dressed Down For The Golden Globes and Sofia Coppola Speaks for Bill Murray and Defines His Elusive Charm in ‘On the Rocks’

Sofia Coppola Speaks for Bill Murray and Defines His Elusive Charm in ‘On the Rocks’ and Hollywood Gets Casual: Bill Murray, Jason Sudeikis Among Those Dressed Down For The Golden Globes. Last News:. Four men injured during sideshow at 24th and Mission. Galaxy Watch 3 update includes sleep score measurements...
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Sofia Coppola Says She Can’t Watch Movies Without Any Female Characters

Sofia Coppola is known for writing and directing rich roles for women, from Kirsten Dunst as rebellious teen Lux Lisbon in “The Virgin Suicide” to Scarlett Johansson as adrift postgrad Charlotte in “Lost in Translation” and, most recently, Rashida Jones’ Laura in “On the Rocks.” She has the same expectations for other directors’ movies she watches, as Coppola recently explained to “Promising Young Woman” director Emerald Fennell in a conversation hosted by Screen International.