Making of Grand Prix

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Released 2001

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Making of Grand Prix

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Director:
John Frankenheimer
Released:
2001
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Making of Grand Prix is a documentary covering the making of the 1966 film Grand Prix. John Frankenheimer's film about Formula One Racing broke boundaries, raised eyebrows, and won plenty of awards, featuring a great international cast and groundbreaking cinematography. This documentary spotlights the making of the film and more with stunning footage and interviews from cast and crew involved in the monumental film. Extensive interviews with stars James Garner and Eva Marie Saint show them in moments embroiled in their work on the film. Outrageous footage of shocking crashes provide a front row seat for just exactly the world Frankenheimer was looking to replicate. And other cast and crew members discuss just what it was like to be part of the theatrical event and highly anticipated release. The one of a kind film can be seen in a new light in Making of Grand Prix.
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