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Five of the best films made about filmmaking

by Ben Kendall.

Some of my favorite films from Hollywood are films about the process of filmmaking. Sometimes, the most entertaining characters are the ones behind the camera as opposed to in front of it. I always feel as though I’m there with them, realizing a boyhood dream of being a filmmaker alongside some of the most bizarre and twisted individuals that every called “action!” Here are some of my picks for movies on movies that are close to my heart.

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  • Larry D. Barr September 3, 2012, 10:26 AM

    He didn’t mention “Hooper: The Greatest Stuntman Alive” with Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, Jan Michael Vincent and Brian Keith. Lots of good fun in that one as they make “The Spy Who Laughed at Danger” with Robert Klein as the director from hell.