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Filmworker is a movie starring Leon Vitali, Ryan O'Neal, and Brian Capron. A documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

Other Titles
キューブリックに魅せられた男, Filmworker. A la sombra de Kubrick, Elämäni Kubrickin palveluksessa, Stanley Kubricks högra hand
Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Tony Zierra
Brian Capron, Ryan O'Neal, Leon Vitali, Mike Alfreds
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

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Amy Pierce

A brilliant documentary on the changing face of the mining industry. Over the last 40 years, the mining industry has become increasingly mechanized and more efficient, but this new technology and the need for cheaper, cleaner and cleaner coal means that the mining industry in the UK has been almost completely replaced by coal-fired power plants. The film includes interviews with some of the people who worked in the mines, who are, for the most part, still there, or close to it. But at the same time, it explores the long history of the miners' union, and the involvement of those who were born and raised in the coal industry and in the coal mines, to what extent their efforts are remembered today. The film also gives a rare insight into the film industry and the people who made it work, including its critics. The film gives some fascinating and funny stories about the miners and the characters in the film. It also shows the grim and dirty conditions that the miners had to work in and how the pay was so poor and the industry so dirty that it was almost impossible to even get a haircut.

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One of the best documentary films I've seen recently. An absolute must for every film fan. If I could only see the documentary on a DVD I would. Incredible. This film was not made for my sake but for the people of the South African film industry. It's an absolute shame that so many talented and talented individuals have not been able to speak openly about their experiences in the film industry.

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Doris Harris

A remarkable documentary that brings to light a true story of a man, and his struggle to make a living for his family. The documentary has several life lessons and lessons for people all around the world. The lessons are to trust others, to respect people's time, and most importantly, to respect yourself. Through a series of interviews, we learn the history of how the family survived a fall into poverty, and how it brought them to a point of destitution. The stories of the many people in the family, who were also affected by the economic downturn, brought to light an economic statistic that was almost forgotten for decades. One of the most fascinating stories was the story of two of the children's father. The father had a son who was a drug addict, and was in and out of prison for many years. The father decided to adopt him. He would put him to work on the farm. The father did not want to end up a slave, and tried to teach the boy to be a good person. The other stories were interesting to hear about, too. I was impressed with the way the documentary and the interviews were done, the actors were spot on, and the stories were compelling. This was a very compelling documentary that should be watched. One of the things that was told was how after the fall of the Berlin wall, the people started to realize that they were poor, and even worthless, in the eyes of their neighbors and friends. This documentary does an excellent job at showing that the poor were poor, and the rich, rich. Everyone should see this, even if you don't agree with the outcome.

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Aaron Hall

I had a lot of fun watching this documentary. The subject is a subject that often gets under the skin of the filmmaker and the subject is usually of tremendous power, but in the case of this film, it's also a subject of incredible humanity. From the pilot of this plane to the most junior of these people, from the airline people to the engineers, from the techs to the pilots. It's a surprisingly deep look at a topic of personal responsibility and an excellent story. Well worth seeing.

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Nathan S.

A film that wants to be the definitive portrait of Israel's cultural revolution of the late '70s and early '80s. Also a fascinating look at a large-scale effort to organize the Israeli film industry. The filmmakers spent years gathering footage and discussing their ideas with a number of leaders in the Israeli film industry, from filmmakers to producers. From these discussions, the documentary is presented in a coherent, chronological and individualized fashion. The film also features interviews with people in the film industry, including producers, directors, actors and directors of photography. The emphasis of the documentary is on the individual, rather than the institutional and political aspects of the film industry, which is what this film is primarily about. The film also covers some interesting subjects such as the Israeli public debate about the so-called "three-child policy," which led to a sharp decline in birth rates. Other interesting topics include how the Israel Film Authority (IFA) became a forum for bringing together actors from all walks of life and how the Israeli film industry has become a fast-growing industry for many years to come. The film also covers some other significant subjects such as the Palestinian problem in Israel, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The documentary is a valuable insight into a country that has transformed itself into a film industry, and is making significant changes in its society and society in general. Overall, the film is a must-see, particularly for people who have not previously seen a film about the Israel Film Industry. This is the film that shows how an important, challenging, and entertaining film could be made and produced. Highly recommended. 9/10

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Terry Fox

The first time I saw this movie, I was about 13. It was released in 1982. My mom bought me the movie from the video store. I watched it on the video and didn't know what to think. I was fascinated and it changed my life forever. It started the whole idea of film and animation. I thought about films forever and the animation was amazing. It was the first and one of the best animation I have ever seen. It was a film I would watch over and over again. I watched it again last year and watched it again the same day. I thought about the film for days and hours and still have a smile on my face. There is no words to describe this movie. It is that good. This movie should be included in every film class in school. I recommend this movie to everyone. I hope you will watch this film, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Thomas Grant

Wes Craven's debut film, "The Lords of Salem" was a huge success upon its release in the summer of 1981. There were no bigger movies of the summer then "The Lords of Salem." "The Lords of Salem" was a comedy and horror comedy-horror comedy-horror horror comedy-horror comedy-horror comedy-horror comedy-horror horror comedy-horror horror-horror horror comedy. It was very successful at the box office and had a powerful impact on moviegoers. People actually liked Wes Craven's new movie! I have seen this film a few times now and am always looking for new things to say about this film. The performances in the film are all top notch, with Craven's performance in the lead role being the best. Dennis Quaid gives a strong performance as the son of Salem. Melinda Dillon is the creepy but loving wife of Salem. I have seen a lot of Melinda Dillon in "The Big Chill," but I do not know if this role is the same as "The Big Chill," but Dillon gives a strong performance as the female lead in the film. I am impressed with the number of actors in the film and look forward to seeing what they do next! I hope that Wes Craven is going to do a lot more films with different actors, but I think he will continue to do this kind of film. The production design and cinematography of the film are well done and I have to say that the sound is amazing. I have seen some movies that were sound done and not sound done, but this is a good sound done! This film was released in theaters and I recommend it to any one who wants to be entertained.

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James Hoffman

I just saw this movie at the Imax in Santa Monica and I can't recommend it enough. Steve Jablonsky (a.k.a. Steve Jablonsky), his wife Barbara (a.k.a. Barbara Walters) and his son Jason Jablonsky (a.k.a. Jason Hauer) all worked together to bring this incredibly insightful documentary to the world. The four people I saw it with were all in tears and I didn't realize how real it was until the end of the movie. Steve Jablonsky and Jason Hauer had a wonderful conversation after the screening and I can't imagine how it made anyone think or feel. Steve Jablonsky told me that this is "the most important film he's ever made". And that's great!

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Yes, I read the reviews and not surprisingly, I was disappointed. But, this film is not as bad as some reviews would have you believe. One thing I did really enjoy is the interviews with the subjects of the films. Although some of the interviews could have been better, they still give us a bit of insight into the world of Filmwalkers. I really liked the way the film brought together the different stories. I also really liked how the film also brought attention to the negative aspects of the Filmwalkers. I think that the one thing that disappointed me was that the filmmakers didn't make any effort to point out the positive aspects of Filmwalkers and how Filmwalkers helped save lives. I think that if they had done that, the film would have been much better. Overall, it was a great documentary on Filmwalkers. I'm glad that people are watching this film and I think that if more people get interested in Filmwalkers, Filmwalkers will be a better film.

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Roger Jenkins

It's always a good thing to watch a documentary that isn't strictly commercial or a documentary that isn't just too documentary. I was reading the comments for this documentary and then I was watching it. There was this comment about what the director/writer did to prepare his movie. It was more of a presentation than anything else. I actually liked the documentary more than the movie itself. The documentary kept me interested the whole time and it wasn't a waste of time. If you like to see documentary and you like to see a documentary with a story and it doesn't seem like a movie. This is the movie for you. It doesn't seem like a movie, but it's not a movie either. It's a documentary.

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For most of the 90s, i thought the movies were great, i loved shawshank redemption, watchmen, green lantern, battle between the sexes, seen and the great escape, and that's just a handful of movies. However, i've watched a lot of movies lately and i've realised a few movies have pretty much ruined my good impression of the genre. film student was by far the worst movie i've ever seen. it has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever, it was just horrible. It's a boring film, i don't really know what to say about it, it felt like a boring documentary. i can't believe this is rated at all. i'm currently watching it, and i'm currently disappointed. film student was so boring, and i actually almost turned it off, i could actually see how awful it was, it wasn't any good at all. I couldn't be bothered to finish the movie. It was terrible, and i've never seen a movie that's so bad. it was terrible, and i just really wanted to watch the beginning, but i just couldn't, i was so bored of the movie, and it wasn't any good at all, i wanted to leave the theatre. film student was just a boring documentary, and i hate documentaries. film student is not really a documentary, it's not like i'm going to sit through a documentary and talk about the filming, but it was like a boring documentary that didn't even have a decent story. I wouldn't recommend it at all, film student is one of the worst movies i've ever seen, and it was the worst movie i've ever watched, i can't believe it was rated so high, it was just awful.

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Anna R.

I was surprised to hear that this film was going to be a true story. I was expecting a heavy handed, preachy, big government propaganda piece. I was completely surprised. This film is about a man who was killed in a UFO crash, his wife was killed in a car accident, the crashed UFO had the words 'Purgatory' and 'Purgatory Fire' written on the side of it. The husband was a helicopter pilot, this film documents his attempts to find out what happened to the crash and what was really going on with the crash. For those that are looking for a "credible" story on UFOs, this film is not for you. It is just one man's story, and people who want to hear the truth will not be disappointed.

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Janice W.

The 40's and 50's were a time when special effects were a hit and thus films that relied on them turned to be cheap, and therefore under-appreciated. The astonishing success of The Wizard Of Oz, The Three Musketeers and other films that relied on special effects turned the Hollywood to special effects. Films like The Lion King, and the most successful special effects films of all time The Pirates of the Caribbean series turned to be a bad taste, and the studio's loss. Tim Burton's latest film, The Nightmare Before Christmas, has gone on to be one of the most acclaimed animated films of all time, and to this day has a cult status among fans. The film follows Jack Skellington (played by Danny Elfman), a very unhappy boy who was bullied at school because of his lumpy appearance. After moving into a new house, he starts to develop a nightmare vision, where he lives in a world that looks like his own childhood. After all his dreams come true, Jack begins to live in the dream world, and his dreams become more powerful. His attempts to get out of his dream world, end up giving him one of his biggest dreams in life, Jack Pumpkinhead, a magical Pumpkin King. The Nightmare Before Christmas, is a film which makes you think about the power of dreams, and the need to forget about the problems of the real world. And in the same way, The Nightmare Before Christmas, can be considered a dream film in itself, with the story and the theme being about dreams, and the power of the dream world. The film contains a great mix of humour, and has a great soundtrack, that makes it an enjoyable movie. The humour is very clever, with some of the jokes working very well. The Nightmare Before Christmas, is truly an outstanding film, and has a cult status amongst fans of the series. It was nominated the Academy Award for Best Art Direction, and Best Film Editing, but lost to the Oscar winning film Forrest Gump. The film won two Oscars in the 2001, Best Animated Feature, and Best Score, but was only nominated for the Screenplay, but won the Oscar for Best Song. The Dreamworks Animation Studio is an American animation company. It is headquartered in Burbank, California, and is best known for the film Madagascar and the movie Shrek. The Dreamworks Animation studio was founded in 1984 by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg. Disney bought Dreamworks in 1994, and the company was renamed Dreamworks Animation studios. The Dreamworks film The Dreamworks company was renamed the Dreamworks Pictures in 1995. The company has developed numerous films, such as Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Lord of the Rings trilogy, and The Secret of NIMH, and the company has produced award-winning films such as The Lion King, The Princess and the Frog, Toy Story, and WALL-E. It was once known as Pixar Pictures and is a division of Walt Disney Pictures. The Dreamworks Studios is the film studios behind The Princess and the Frog, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., and The Incredibles. The studio was purchased by Disney in 2009. Walt Disney Pictures is the film studios behind Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., and The Incredibles. The studio was acquired in 2007 by Walt Disney Animation Studios. The Dreamworks Animation studio was founded in 1994 by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg. The studio was named after the Japanese dream-children's tale The House On Mowbray, about a young girl who wishes to be a housewife in her family's dream world, and dreams she wants to be a Japanese princess. In 1994, Dreamworks made the film Aladdin, with Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer as the producers. It was released in 1994, and became the highest grossing animated film of that year. In 1996, Dreamworks was acquired by Walt Disney Pictures, and became the film studio behind Toy Story and Toy Story 2. Dreamworks was also acquired by Disney in 2006. In 2010, Dreamworks was acquired by Dreamworks Animation, and became the film studio behind Wreck-It Ralph and Shrek 2. The studio was acquired by Dreamworks in 2013. It was also acquired by Disney in 2016. In 2016, Dreamworks Animation Studios was acquired by Dreamworks Studios. In 2017, Dreamworks