V’17: OCTOBER 19 – NOVEMBER 2, 2017

One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & The Lost American Film

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One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & The Lost American Film

Bill Teck
USA, 2014
Documentaries, 118min, OmdU

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One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & The Lost American Film

Bill Teck
USA, 2014
Documentaries, 118min, OmdU

Contributors: 
Peter Bogdanovich
Jeff Bridges
Cybill Sheperd
Ben Gazzara
Quentin Tarantino
Louise Stratten
Colleen Camp
Frank Marshall
Nancy Morgan Ritter
Andrew Sarris
Molly Haskell
George Morfogen
Antonia Bogdanovich
Sashy Bogdanovich
Anna Bogdanovich
Screenplay: 
Bill Teck
Sound: 
Bill Teck
Camera: 
Bill Teck
Editor: 
Mario de Varona

Production: 
Lo ‘77
World Sales: 
Lo ‘77
Format: 
DCP
Color

ONE DAY SINCE YESTERDAY: PETER BOGDANOVICH & THE LOST AMERICAN FILM is the story of maverick film director Peter Bogdanovich’s love for both the late Dorothy Stratten and his “lost” film THEY ALL LAUGHED. Murdered by her estranged husband as Bogdanovich was editing THEY ALL LAUGHED, Bill teck’s ONE DAY SINCE YESTERDAY summons up the romance, heartbreak and devotion present as Bogdanovich bought his film back from the producers when the studio threatened to shelve it, and his efforts to distribute it himself, almost to his own ruin. A real life love story of passion and belief in the power of art. ONE DAY SINCE YESTERDAY is an homage to the lost era of the 70’s American Auteur, staking a claim for THEY ALL LAUGHED as the last great film of that time.

In the presence of Bill Teck (Screenplay), Victor Barroso (Producer) and Andrew Llanes (Co-Producer).

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