John Hughes in Conversation with AFI Onscreen Podcast

John Hughes established the high school comedy movie genre in the 1980’s. Reflecting the universal angst of adolescence and playing with archetypes of American teenagers, his films touched a generation of young moviegoers and continue to resonate with audiences today. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Sixteen Candles, Pretty In Pick, Uncle Buck, Home Alone, and so many more beloved films were written by Hughes during his career.

In this AFI Onscreen Podcast, John Hughes discusses his writing process and his film legacy.

 

 

 

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