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      Emile de Antonio

      Emile de Antonio

      Highest Rated: 100% Point of Order (1963)

      Lowest Rated: 100% Point of Order (1963)

      Birthday: May 14, 1919

      Birthplace: Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA

      Leftist documentary filmmaker who attended Harvard in the same class as John F. Kennedy and described himself as a "Marxist among capitalists." De Antonio worked primarily with pre-existing footage, relying solely on editing (he disdained narration as "inherently fascist") to create his stinging, often riveting critiques of the American establishment. He continually ran afoul of the government and the FBI and on one occasion, during the making of a film about the radical Weather Underground movement, received support in his battle for artistic freedom from a number of Hollywood figures including Warren Beatty, Hal Ashby, Mel Brooks and Jack Nicholson.

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Shadows in the City Mystic (Character) - 1991
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Mr. Hoover & I Unknown (Character),
      Director,
      Writer,
      Producer
      - 1990
      No Score Yet No Score Yet In the King of Prussia Director,
      Writer,
      Producer
      - 1982
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Imagine the Sound Producer - 1981
      No Score Yet 89% Underground Unknown (Character),
      Director
      - 1976
      No Score Yet 71% Painters Painting Director,
      Producer
      - 1972
      No Score Yet 60% Millhouse: A White Comedy Director,
      Producer
      - 1971
      No Score Yet 84% In the Year of the Pig Director,
      Producer
      - 1969
      No Score Yet No Score Yet America Is Hard to See Director - 1969
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Charge and Countercharge Director - 1968
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Rush to Judgement Director - 1967
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Rush to Judgment Director - 1967
      100% 90% Point of Order Director,
      Writer,
      Producer
      - 1963