Paul Thomas Anderson: Hard Eight & The Sundance Kid (The Directors Series) – Indie Film Hustle

Paul Thomas Anderson: Hard Eight & The Sundance Kid (The Directors Series) – Indie Film Hustle

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THE SUNDANCE KID is the first installment of THE DIRECTORS SERIES’ examination into the films and careers of director Paul Thomas Anderson, covering his lo-fi origins and his breakout at the Sundance Film Festival.

– THE DIRK DIGGLER STORY (1988)
– CIGARETTES & COFFEE (1993)
– HARD EIGHT (1996)

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THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational collection of video and text essays by filmmaker Cameron Beyl exploring the works of contemporary and classic film directors. You can donate to support the project at Patreon: patreon.com/directorsseries

Cameron Beyl ( is the creator of The Directors Series and an award-winning filmmaker of narrative features, shorts, and music videos.

His work has screened at numerous film festivals and museums, in addition to being featured on tastemaking online media platforms like Vice Creators Project, Slate, Popular Mechanics and Indiewire.

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