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1. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 7 April 2000 (2000)
Arthur Miller, Playwright, And Patrick Stewart, Actor, Talk About The Production Of "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan." Then, William H. Macy, Philip Baker Hall, Mark Weber And Neil Pepe Talk About The Production "American Buffalo." Finally, Director Jonathan Demme Discuss The Death Of Journalist Jean Dominque
2. Portraits in Dramatic Time (2011)
PORTRAITS IN DRAMATIC TIME a series of 40 art films created by artist David Michalek is a free, public installation that can be seen on the facade of the David H. Koch Theatre between July 5- 31, 2011 nightly from 8:45PM - 11:45PM as part of the 2011 Lincoln Center Festival. Each video depicts a dramatic scene shot in just 10 seconds and played back in hyper-slow motion, extending the length to about 7 minutes. The scenes vary from solos by famous actors such as Alan Rickman, Holly Hunter, Liev Schreiber, William H. Macy, William Mapother, Patti LuPone, Ludivine Sagnier, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Sarita Choudhury, Alison Pill, David Patrick Kelly, Lili Taylor, Carmen Ejogo etc. The extreme slowness allows the viewer to witness details of movement - such as muscles, facial expressions - revealing the gradual progression and in-between moments of developing emotions. Veteran film and theatre director, Paul Warner served as executive creative consultant and assisted in coaching and directing the actors.
3. Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood (2003 Documentary)
Based upon Peter Biskind's book of the same name, this BBC-produced documentary traces the rise of a generation of Hollywood filmmakers who briefly changed the face of movies with a more personal approach that pushed the boundaries of what was acceptable on-screen. Influential directors who appear include Arthur Penyn ("Bonnie and Clyde"), Dennis Hopper ("Easy Rider"), Francis Ford Coppola ("The Godfather"), John Schlesinger ("Midnight Cowboy"), Bob Rafelson ("Five Easy Pieces") Martin Scorsese ("Taxi Driver"), Peter Bogdanovich ("The Last Picture Show"), and Jonathan Demme ("Crazy Mama"). Narrated by William H. Macy, the documentary features vintage clips of Coppola, Scorsese, Beatty, George Lucas, Sam Peckinpah, Roman Polanski, Robert Altman, and Pauline Kael. It also includes original interview material with Penn; Roger Corman; Bogdanovich; Hopper; David Picker; writer/directors John Milius and Paul Schrader; actresses Karen Black, Cybill Shepherd, Margot Kidder, and Jennifer Salt; actors Peter Fonda, Kris Kristofferson, and Richard Dreyfuss; producers Jerome Hellman, Michael Phillips, and Jonathan Taplin; editor Dede Allen; production designer Polly Platt; writers David Newman, Joan Tewksbury, Gloria Katz, and Willard Huyck; cinematographers Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond; agent Mike Medavoy; and former production executive Peter Bart. Among the films discussed are "Rosemary's Baby," "The Wild Bunch," "Mean Streets," "American Graffiti," "The Rain People," "Midnight Cowboy," "M*A*S*H," "McCabe and Mrs. Miller," "The Last Picture Show," "Shampoo," and "Taxi Driver."
4. Reversible Errors (2004 TV Movie)
A black man is sentenced to death for the brutal death of three people. However, weeks before his execution, new evidence indicating his possible innocence arises. William H. Macy stars as the defense attorney who must quickly determine his innocence and find the information to free his client. Meanwhile the original prosecuting attorney is concerned about her future if she bungled the case. The investigating officer, who is her lover, is totally convinced that they got the right man and is more than willing to destroy any evidence that indicates otherwise. Not so easily cast off is the confession of a dying man, who claims he actually did the crime and framed the other man.
5. Untitled Pixar Animation Project (2020)
A brave wild stallion (Dane DeHaan) embarks on a wild western adventure to find a mysterious strange new place when his mother (Annette Benning) died. His father (William H. Macy) will remain his beautiful white mare (Dakota Johnson) and her brave older brother (Liev Schriber) her fearless coyote Kaya (Claire Danes) and her gang Tub (Riz Ahmed) and Gorgl (Pete Davidson) to regret the journey and save their horses to the western world.
6. Audition (2007 Short Film)
Meet William H. Ashe. That's kind of like William H. Macy, so it must be a sign, right? William Ashe is 30 years old, but he seems more like 16, still living at home with mother with no concrete plans in life other than a belief in signs, which today, have him convinced to be an actor. And with all the signs in place, William Ashe travels to the big city all by himself to audition for a movie in this absurd character study where life may lead anywhere once you choose to see the signs. And even though murder, mayhem, and mistaken identity sidetrack him along the way, a sign's a sign... right?
7. Festival Pass with Chris Gore (2002 TV Series)
Film Threat magazine creator/editor, and book author Chris Gore hosts "Festival Pass with Chris Gore" taking viewers to film festivals all over the world. This episode features interviews with Harvey Pekar ("American Splendor"), Bob Odenkirk ("Melvin Goes to Dinner"), William H. Macy ("The Cooler"), Paul Rudd ("The Shape of Things") Dustin Hoffman ("Confidence"), Holly Hunter and Sundance Festival founder Robert Redford.
7 titles.