Keith Carradine was even more essential to Robert Altman’s Nashville than you may realize. In this clip from a new documentary on our release, Carradine talks about his work on the film, beginning with the genesis of the indelible songs that appear in it (including the anthemic “It Don’t Worry Me” and the folk ballad “I’m Easy”), which played a major role in Altman’s conception of the project. Assistant director Alan Rudolph also weighs in on Carradine’s character.
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The Birth of a Hollywood Bad Girl
The product of consummate artistry and savvy promotion, Marlene Dietrich’s salacious image opened up erotic frontiers for a generation of moviegoers.
The Hope That Fueled Bowling for Columbine
How much can a film turn the tide on American violence? Michael Moore and archivist Carl Deal reflect on the moral urgency that gave rise to one of the most talked-about documentaries of all time.