Fog City Mavericks

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Fog City Mavericks is a 2007 documentary film directed by Gary Leva. It chronicles the San Francisco Bay Area's most well known filmmakers through interviews and rare archival footage.

People featured in the film include:
George Lucas
Brad Bird
Clint Eastwood
Francis Ford Coppola
Carroll Ballard
Philip Kaufman
Saul Zaentz
John Korty
Chris Columbus
Steven Spielberg
Cash Peters provided the voice of Charlie Chaplin.[1]

The film premiered at San Francisco's Castro Theater on April 29, 2007. George Lucas and John Lasseter attended as guest speakers. The film also shows some of the movies made by these filmmakers such as American Graffiti, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, The Black Stallion, Home Alone, Mrs. Doubtfire, Toy Story and many others. The films shown in the documentary are considered the most successful films of all time.

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