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Playing to the home crowd

Youth Without Youth, Francis Ford Coppola's first film since 1997's The Rainmaker, will make its world premiere during the second annual RomaCinemaFest in Italy in late October.

Coppola told the Hollywood Reporter he hopes the movie, which is set during World War II and stars Tim Roth, will represent a new period in his career where he will return to making "personal films" instead of working as a gun-for-hire.

Cop0004 You'll have a rare chance to ask Coppola about this and anything else you'd like on Sunday night, when he will participate in an hour-long Q&A session following a screening of a documentary, CODA: 30 Years Later, about the making of his new film. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster or at the Colony boxoffice.


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