(born Francis Feeney, August 14, 1881 – September 5, 1953) was a prolific film actor, writer, and director. He was the mentor and elder brother of film director John Ford. He also appeared in many of John Ford's movies, including Young Mr. Lincoln and The Quiet Man.
M.M., was an American bishop of the Catholic Church and a Maryknoll missionary in China. Because of his torture by the Communist Chinese and death in prison in 1952, he is considered a martyr, and the cause for his canonization has been begun, granting him the religious title of Servant of God.
Discover San Francisco with FrancisFord Coppola, the great film director, producer and screenwriter. D couvrez San Francisco avec FrancisFord Coppola, le grand r alisateur,... - 02.24.2009, GoogleVideo
06.12.2011 [Globe and Mail] - Langmann had worked a bit with filmmakers Steven Soderbergh and FrancisFord Coppola in the United States, and he and Hazanavicius decided that the movie should be shot in Hollywood. They tossed around ideas – at one point toying with the idea of an
03.12.2011 [Winnipeg Free Press] - Her tenure coincided with a great flowering of American cinema, with such directors as Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese, FrancisFord Coppola and Steven Spielberg all coming to the fore. Kael championed most of these artists and befriended some, as well.
25.11.2011 [National Post (blog)] - I saw FrancisFord Coppola's Dracula, but all I remember from it is Keanu Reeves' awful British accent. Wait, does Let the Right One In count? I ranked that film No. 7 of last year. I saw the original Swedish film and had no idea what to make of it.