Robert Gottlieb on Robbins’ ambition; Violet Verdy on Balanchine’s tendency to move on after completing a ballet; Kay Mazzo on Robbins’ respect for Balanchine.
Carol Lawrence on Robbins’ sarcastic tone; Stephanie Saland on Robbins’ harsh criticism; Sondra Lee on Robbins’ dark mood; Austin Pendleton on Robbins’ self-criticism; Eliot Feld on how dancers knew when Robbins was pleased.
Exclusive interviews with Warner Bros. directors, producers, and executives not included in the film.
Richard Schickel, director of “You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story,” discusses the making of the film.
View photos of Warner Bros. productions, from the studio’s humble but ambitious beginnings to its blockbusters of today. The studio was founded by the four Warner brothers Harry, Albert, Sam, and Jack.
Q: What first got you interested in doing a film on the Warner brothers? A: Several reasons: My grandfather, Harry Warner, was very much around the first 10 years of my life as we spent almost every weekend on his ranch just out side of Los Angeles. He was very much a family man and […]
Read the text-version of the interview: When I was asked by Susan Lacy, the executive producer of AMERICAN MASTERS, to do the Marvin Gaye documentary, about a year ago, I thought I knew everything about Marvin that was to be known, you know. I grew up with his music. I knew about his untimely death […]