Robert Rodriguez interviews John Carpenter about his early films, with topics ranging from creating his own memorable scores on movies like The Fog and Escape from New York to why he thinks The Thing is his best work.
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Guillermo del Toro
Robert Rodriguez sits with longtime friend and director Guillermo del Toro to discuss his journey from artist, to director/producer. From groundbreaking Pan's Labrynth, to Hellboy and Pacific Rim, Guillermo reveals the madness behind his monsters.
Robert Rodriguez explores the world of cinema with frequent collaborator Quentin Tarantino. Airing in two installments, the two discuss Tarantino’s film career through the lens of their 20-year friendship, using never-before-seen personal footage to discuss topics from screenwriting and camera placement to Spaghetti Westerns and Kung Fu. Watch them discuss Quentin's successful directing career ranging from Reservoir Dogs to Kill Bill.
Francis Ford Coppola
Robert Rodriguez sits with legendary director Francis Ford Coppola to discuss the influence of family, starting rebel studio Zoetrope and the challenges of creating The Godfather, The Conversation, and Apocalypse Now.
Robert sits with The Original Chicano-American Director, Luis Valdez, to discuss the journey from migrant farmworker to filmmaker, the founding of Teatros Campesinos, crafting Zoot Suit for stage/screen, and the classic, La Bamba.
Robert Rodriguez interviews Robert Zemeckis to discuss the career that began with an award-winning USC student film that caught the attention of Steven Spielberg, and took off with some of the biggest blockbuster hits of all time.
Robert Rodriguez sits down with acclaimed director, writer, and producer Michael Mann to discuss his classic works, including Miami Vice, The Last of the Mohicans, Heat, and more. Join them as they look back at Mann’s forty-plus year career defined by excellence and style in this revealing hour-long special.
Robert Rodriguez hosts fellow filmmaker George Miller for an hour-long conversation about Miller’s stunning career as director, writer and producer of some of modern film’s most beloved and iconic films. Together, they trace the Australian-born director’s journey from practicing medical physician to creator of the visionary Mad Max series, which includes this year’s critically acclaimed, global box office hit Mad Max: Fury Road.
Robert sits with director Sylvester Stallone to discuss Sly's beginnings and inspirations, what it's like to write, direct and star in an action film and his return to directing with Rocky Balboa, Rambo, and The Expendables.