A new mini-documentary, titled A Love Letter To Making Movies, delves into the making of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
The 30-minute featurette offers insight into the film’s production as well as Tarantino’s themes, concepts, and inspiration.
A new mini-documentary goes behind the scenes of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, giving insight into the making of the film and featuring interviews with its director and cast.
Released this week by Sony Pictures, the mini-doc features interviews with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie, as well as Tarantino himself.
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood follows a struggling actor as he attempts to achieve fame in the Golden Age of Hollywood; 1969 Los Angeles. The film came out in August last year and was met with widespread critical acclaim, and has since been nominated for ten Oscars, including Best Picture.
Tarantino has since come out and said his tenth film will be his last, which makes Once Upon a Time in Hollywood his penultimate. However, he has also recently revealed that he is a directing a spin-off from the movie, based around the film’s fictitious TV show, Bounty Law.
Check out A Love Letter To Making Movies below.