Steven Spielberg attends the Warner Bros. "Ready Player One" panel on day three of Comic-Con International on Saturday, July 22, 2017, in San Diego.
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Steven Spielberg isn't afraid to talk about his flops. "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" is his least favorite film in that franchise, says documentarian Susan Lacy, who spent more than 30 hours interviewing the filmmaker for "Spielberg". "Spielberg," which premieres on HBO Oct. 7, focuses on his work as a director. Lacy said she doesn't get much into his philanthropic efforts or his various projects as a producer.The documentary's most valuable message for future filmmakers and other creative people, she said, is Spielberg's belief in himself.Spielberg won his first directing Oscar for the 1994 film, which was also named best picture.
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