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Bernardo Bertolucci was born in Parma in 1941. In 1961, he served as Pier Paolo Pasolini's first assistant director for 'Accattone'. The scandalous 'Last Tango in Paris' (1972) marked the beginning of a great success which continued with the historical epic 'The Last Emperor' (1987), winner of 9 Oscars. He has received a Cannes Palme d'Or d'Honneur, and full retrospectives at the BFI and New York's MoMA.
Andrew Bujalski has been named 'The Godfather of Mumblecore' by New York magazine, a movement characterised by low-budgets and amateur actors, which is heavily focused on natural performance and dialogue. Most of Bujalski's films were shot on 16mm film or on homevideo cameras, giving his work a lo-fi feel, while his middle-class, out of university characters often strive for stability.