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You already know Francis Ford Coppola is adapting Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road,” but did you know he’ll shoot in 16mm black and white? The plus side is the small camera lets you improvise, and he plans to surprise the cast during filming. The minus is you have one less excuse for going over budget.

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