In the run up to his 407th(!) film, a nice interview with the pioneer himself – Roger…

In the run up to his 407th(!) film, a nice interview with the pioneer himself – Roger Corman.
Corman touches on producing topics like budget and finding great titles. Dinocroc anyone?!
The man has been such an influence on most major US films makers, its great to see he style has his sardonic wit and cynicism intact!

Enjoy´╗┐

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Roger Corman: A Low-Budget Film Legend | Multichannel
Film legend Roger Corman helped launch a new era in filmmaking in the 1950’s and early 1960s, cranking out hundreds of low-budget Drive-In movie classics like Wild Angels, Attack of the Crab Monsters and Little Shop of Horrors. In the 1990s he helped reinvent the low-budget horror genre again …

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