A Letter to Elia
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|A Letter to Elia|
|Directed by||Kent Jones|
|Produced by||Emma Tillinger Koskoff|
|Written by||Kent Jones|
|Edited by||Rachel Reichman|
A Letter to Elia is a 2010 documentary film directed by Kent Jones and Martin Scorsese that follows the life and career of film director Elia Kazan and how he influenced Scorsese. Made from clips from films, stills, readings from Kazan's autobiography, a speech he wrote on directing read by Elias Koteas, a videotaped interview done late in Kazan's life, and Scorsese's commentary on and off screen.
- "American Masters: Elia Kazan: A Letter to Elia (PBS)". Archived from the original on November 1, 2011. Retrieved August 19, 2011.
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