Stanley Kauffmann on films

Kauffmann, Stanley
August 1975
New Republic;8/30/75, Vol. 173 Issue 9, p20
Points out that a tremendous conceptual change may be coming in the motion picture industry, particularly in the United States. Plan of Robert Altman to re-edit the film "Nashville," for television; Goal of weaving in material that he had been forced to delete from the theatrical version and transform the three-hour picture into a four-part eight-hour TV series; Similar plan of Francis Ford Coppola for the "Godfather" pictures; Effect of the new double destination on the actual shooting of films; Advantages of showing films on television. INSET: Films Worth Seeing.


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