In a movie career spanning seventeen years and fifteen internationally acclaimed films, Woody Allen has established himself as a major creative talent, the most vibrant and innovative American director since Charlie Chaplin.
Woody Allen on Location offers a unique look into the world of moviemaking. For the first time in many years a writer has been allowed exclusive access to the set of a Woody Allen film. Thierry de Navacelle was there every day observing the activity, from the first four months of principle photography on location around New York, through the reshooting process, to the preparation and perceptive account of Woody Allen at work.
This is a rare and entertaining view of a film director at work, which gives a valuable overview of filmmaking.