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The Director’s Chair: Quentin Tarantino

Robert Rodriguez explores the world of cinema with frequent collaborator Quentin Tarantino. 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 Read MoreRead More

Robert Rodriguez Sundance Q&A on El Mariachi Collection

After a Collection Screening of his film El Mariachi, celebrating the 20-year anniversary of its Sundance Film Festival premiere, Robert Rodriguez reminisces about the film’s production and answers audience questions. Recorded January 19, 2013Read More

Great Advice for Filmmakers from Legendary Directors

These are names you’ve heard of – accomplished directors and filmmakers offering bits of advice for the filmmakers following in their footsteps. View Playlist on YouTubeRead More

Take a Tour of Robert Rodriguez’s Editing Studio (in his Garage)

Go into the garage of director Robert Rodriguez who basically made ‘Once Upon a Time in Mexico’ all by himself. He directed, produced, wrote, shot, chopped, and scored (as he puts it) the movie and he did a lot of the post-production in the garage. (shot in 2004) http://youtu.be/xxOWNuC7IugRead More

Illegal “Machete” Movie Trailer

The highly skilled Federale Machete is hired by some unsavory types to assassinate a senator. But just as he’s about to take the shot, he notices someone aiming at him and realizes he’s been set up. He barely survives the sniper’s bullet, and is soon out for revenge on his former employers, with the reluctant assistance of his old friend Cheech Marin, who has become a priest and taken a vow of nonviolence. If you hire him to take out the bad guys, make sure the bad guys aren’t you!Read More

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