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"...Billy Bates is co-produced by Julie Pacino, Robert MacCready, and writer/director Jennifer DeLia, whose next film project is a biopic of Mary Pickford starring Lily Rabe and Julia Stiles. Pacino and DeLia will be present at the screening for a Q&A that will include some of the cast..."
"...D: Oliver Stone; with Al Pacino, Cameron Diaz, Dennis Quaid, Jamie Foxx, Charlton Heston, Ann-Margret, James Woods, Matthew Modine, Aaron Eckhart, Jim Brown, LL Cool J, Lauren Holly, Lela Rochon, Elizabeth Berkley...."
"...(1972, 175min/color, DCP) Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, and Diane Keaton. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola..."
"...D: Michael Mann; with Al Pacino, Russell Crowe, Christopher Plummer, Diane Venora, Philip Baker, Lindsay Crouse, Debi Mazar, Stephen Tobolowsky, Colm Feore, Bruce McGill, Gina Gershon, Michael Gambon, Rip Torn...."
"...The Dog Directors: Allison Berg, Frank Keraudren An astonishing documentary portrait of the late John Wojtowicz, whose attempted robbery of a Brooklyn bank to finance his male lover’s sex-reassignment surgery was the real-life inspiration for the classic Al Pacino film Dog Day Afternoon...."
"...Star match-ups abound. Witness the pairings of Michael Douglas and Sean Penn in The Game, George Clooney and Nicole Kidman in The Peacemaker, Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves in The Devil's Advocate, Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman in Gattaca, Dustin Hoffman and John Travolta in Mad City, Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin in The Edge, Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver in The Ice Storm (Kline also stars in In & Out; and Weaver in Alien Resurrection), Bruce Willis, Richard Gere, and Sidney Poitier in The Jackal..."
"...In Baz Luhrmann's opulent updating of the Romeo and Juliet saga to the imaginary town of Verona Beach, Florida, the director appropriates iconography, artifacts, and sounds from every corner of modern life and uses them to bombard the senses with such overwhelming stimuli that the authentically spoken (albeit with American accents) Shakespearean dialogue is experienced as one further aural cascade of pleasure. Al Pacino, on the other hand, uses Looking for Richard as a sketchbook for sharing with an audience some of his own passion for the character of the inscrutably villainous Richard III..."