First Works

(1989)
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It's a mixed bag in the age of illuminating DVD supplements, but First Works effectively demonstrates the early promise of 13 successful filmmakers. Culled from programs originally broadcast on Showtime in 1990, this crude compilation combines student films, early professional work, and interviews with now-famous directors at various stages of commercial and artistic achievement.

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  1. Oliver Stone

    Oliver Stone

  2. Paul Mazursky

    Paul Mazursky

  3. Robert Zemeckis

    Robert Zemeckis

  4. Taylor Hackford

    Taylor Hackford

  5. Spike Lee

    Spike Lee

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  • October 10, 1989
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Original Language English

Runtime 4h 20m

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