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Andrew Blake

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  2. She has starred in several movies with erotic film director Andrew Blake as well as glamour photographer Mark Daughn.
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Carl Franklin

  1. Notable is the performance Paxton delivered in Carl Franklin's critically acclaimed One False Move.
  2. Carl Franklin (born April 11, 1949 in Richmond, California) is an African-American film director and actor.

Billy Bob Thornton

  1. Billy Bob Thornton is an Academy Award-winning writer, actor, director, and musician.
  2. Billy Bob Thornton was sought by all concerned to play the sardonic Vic.

American Film Directors

  1. Articles in this category should also be left in category:American film directors.
  2. Born 1896, May One of the great American film directors, howard hawks was a craftsman who made tight, lean pictures during the studio era. (Web site)


  1. A director is a person who directs the making of a film.
  2. A director is a team leader. (Web site)
  3. The director was also required to keep the reason for the disavowal a secret.
  4. The director was rumored to be Gibson's hairdresser, as Abascal was on the Lethal Weapon series.

Arthur Penn

  1. Arthur Penn directed with his normal sensitivity to acting performances. (Web site)
  2. Mickey One (1965)—Arthur Penn's interesting film about a nightclub comic (Warren Beatty) in trouble with the mob. (Web site)
  3. His auspicious entry into the film business was as the co-screenwriter (with David Newman) of Arthur Penn's classic Bonnie and Clyde.


  1. By 1916, Balshofer had left Kessel's operation to become president and general manager of the Yorke-Metro studios at 1329 Gordon St. in Hollywood.
  2. Fred J. Balshofer ( November 2, 1877 - June 21, 1969) was an American pioneer silent film director, producer, screenwriter, and cinematographer. (Web site)
  3. The Yorke-Metro studios, of which Fred J. Balshofer is the president and general manager, started production in Los Angeles in 1916.

Craig Brewer

  1. Craig Brewer is a film director and screenwriter. (Web site)
  2. Craig Brewer is an American film director and screenwriter.

Debbie Allen

  1. Debbie Allen is a well-respected dancer, choreographer, actress, director and producer. (Web site)
  2. Debbie Allen is one of the most respected, relevant, and versatile talents in the entertainment industry today.
  3. Debbie Allen was also selected to debut in the critically acclaimed Roots by Alex Haley where she plays the wife of Alex Haley in this film.


  1. Hawks was versatile as a director, filming comedies, dramas, gangster films, science fiction, film noir, and Westerns.
  2. Hawks was a master of point-of-view, knowledgeable about which camera perspective would precisely convey the necessary psychological and moral information.
  3. Hawks was in many ways ahead of his time.
  4. Hawks was married three times, each marriage ending in divorce. (Web site)

James Cameron

  1. James Cameron was also credited as editor on the film Titanic for which he won an oscar along with two other editors. (Web site)
  2. James Cameron is a fool. (Web site)
  3. James Cameron was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, the son of Phillip (an electrical engineer) and Shirley Cameron (an artist).
  4. James Cameron was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, to Phillip, an electrical engineer, and Shirley Cameron, an artist.
  5. James Cameron was innate around Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, the boy of Phillip (an electrical engineer) and Shirley Cameron (an artist). (Web site)

Woody Allen

  1. Woody Allen is an American film director, writer, actor, and comedian. (Web site)
  2. Woody Allen is one of the great filmmakers working today.
  3. Woody Allen is one of the most prominent and important figures in contemporary film comedy. (Web site)
  4. Woody Allen was born Allen Konigsberg on December 1, 1935, in the Bronx and grew up in Brooklyn. (Web site)

Abel Ferrara

  1. Abel Ferrara - An interview with the director on his struggles to find financing and screens, by Olivier French and John Strausbaugh.


  1. Adamson's parents were Christian missionaries.
  2. Instead the film was co-directed by Chris Miller and Raman Hui while Adamson served as executive producer. (Web site)
  3. In 1855 Mrs Adamson was left a widow with small means, and devoted herself entirely to the education of her six children.

Albert Brooks

  1. Albert Brooks is a very smart writer. (Web site)

Alexander Payne

  1. ALEXANDER PAYNE is a filmmaker and screenwriter.

Alexandra Cassavetes

  1. Alexandra Cassavetes, his daughter, an actress and director. (Web site)
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Allan Dwan

  1. Bogdanovich also brought attention to such forgotten pioneers of American cinema as Allan Dwan. (Web site)
  2. As the silent era was coming to a close, Douglas Fairbanks would appear in the film The Iron Mask, directed by Allan Dwan.

Angela Bettis

  1. In May, Angela Bettis played the title role and Lucky McKee directed, roles which have been switched for Roman. (Web site)
  2. The film will be directed by Jed Weintrob and will star Angela Bettis and Bobby Cannavale.

Annie Hall

  1. Annie Hall is a 1977 romantic comedy film directed by Woody Allen from a script he co-wrote with Marshall Brickman. (Web site)
  2. Annie Hall is an Academy Award -winning, 1977 romantic comedy film directed by Woody Allen from a script he co-wrote with Marshall Brickman. (Web site)
  3. Annie Hall was very important in Allen and Keaton's careers. (Web site)

Barbra Streisand

  1. In 1968, Ross worked with Barbra Streisand as choreographer and director of musical numbers for the film Funny Girl.
  2. also offers tickets for all major Barbra Streisand events across the country. (Web site)
  3. Nel 1968 collabora con Barbra Streisand come coreografo e regista dei numeri musicali per la pellicola Funny Girl.


  1. Barker is a leading author of contemporary horror and fantasy.
  2. Barker is a prolific and talented visual artist working in a variety of media, often illustrating his own books.
  3. Barker is a prolific visual artist working in a variety of media, often illustrating his own books. (Web site)
  4. Barker is also a prolific and talented visual artist working in a variety of media, often illustrating his own books.
  5. Barker is also the author of over a dozen novels. (Web site)

Barry Levinson

  1. Guardian Unlimited - Barry Levinson Interview - Read the interview with the director and look back on his early days in the movie business.
  2. Barry Levinson Online - Official website includes news, biography, books, awards, and links to other web resources.
  3. Tiring of quirky Brit flicks, Jeffrey Wells still has high hopes for Barry Levinson's latest Piece.

Ben Stiller

  1. His stint on the show was short-lived, but led to his own eponymous series, The Ben Stiller Show, first on MTV (1990) and later on Fox (1992-1993). (Web site)
  2. Ben Stiller's funny charms. (Web site)
  3. Mr. Furious (Ben Stiller) has one gift: throwing tantrums.

Billy Wilder

  1. Columnist Jeffrey Wells considers Woody's Ending, attends a Billy Wilder tribute, heralds a talented up-and-coming actor, and more.
  2. Based on the novel by James M. Cain, and directed by Billy Wilder from a screenplay written in collaboration with Raymond Chandler.

Bill Bixby

  1. Bill Bixby does a fabulous job as the tortured David Banner. (Web site)
  2. You still have the original cast from the TV series, Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, and Jack Colin. (Web site)

Blake Edwards

  1. Blake Edwards is the grandson of silent screen director J. Gordon Edwards, who made many of Theda Bara s films. (Web site)

Bob Clark

  1. Bob Clark was a director who got his start in the Canadian film industry and was never given access to A-list material or actors.

Brett Ratner

  1. Back in May, rumors ran wild that Brett Ratner might be directing a big screen adaptation of the popular video game series God of War.
  2. A rare sequel that can be better and funnier then the first film, director Brett Ratner knows how to entertain his audience.
  3. Brett Ratner will direct the film.

Busby Berkeley

  1. The music video for the Take That single, "Shine" was inspired by the work of Busby Berkeley.
  2. In the film Blazing Saddles, Dom DeLuise plays a cameo role as a director similar to Busby Berkeley.
  3. The new " Bonds Kaledioscope" clothing advertisement is influenced by the stylings of Busby Berkeley.

Buster Keaton

  1. Buster Keaton is a McKay, whose family is feuding with the Canfields in a rural community until he saves the day. (Web site)
  2. Buster Keaton is a projectionist in a movie theater who "enters" the film he's showing to solve a crime in which he is the accused. (Web site)
  3. Buster Keaton is the comedian's comedian, a fantastically athletic genius whose stunts are still astonishing today.
  4. Buster Keaton was the headliner of the evening with his eccentric dance, labeled "The Death of Salome," with has travesty one "The Great Moment," and due. (Web site)

Carl Reiner

  1. This became the persona of The 2000-Year-Old Man, the focus of ad-libbed comedy routines and comedy records, with Carl Reiner as his straight man. (Web site)
  2. Among the writers Brooks worked with in Caesar's stable were Woody Allen, playwright Neil Simon, and Carl Reiner. (Web site)

Carroll Ballard

  1. The film's producers knew that the ideal director to tell Duma's story was Carroll Ballard.
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  1. Castle was famous for directing films with many gimmicks, which were ambitiously promoted, despite being reasonably low budget B-movies.
  2. The castle is one of the major attractions now owned by English Heritage.
  3. The castle was built in the late 11th century for Robert de Mortain, William the Conqueror's half brother. (Web site)
  4. The castle was first built in 1068 to help William the Conqueror maintain control over the city.
  5. The castle was forfeited to the Crown, in whose ownership it remained until Henry V restored it to the Percy family.

Charles Band

  1. Cult Horror Film Director Charles Band packs his shows to the brim with puppets, creatures and rare film clips. (Web site)
  2. He was the father of filmmaker Charles Band.
  3. Additional information on Full Moon Features, Charles Band and tickets can be found at www. (Web site)

Charles Burnett

  1. Charles Burnett was born in 1944 in Vicksburg, Mississippi; his mother was a nurse's aide, his father was in the military. (Web site)


  1. Lionel Chetwynd is married to actress Gloria Carlin who has appeared in several of his films.
  2. The film marked a turning point for Chetwynd and he would go on to write, direct, and produce numerous issue or event-based American films.
  3. Citizens United hired Hollywood heavyweights Lionel Chetwynd, Ted Steinberg and Kevin Knoblock to write, produce and direct the film.

Christopher Guest

  1. Christopher Guest is a genius, and his cast of actors ain't far behind.

Chris Carter

  1. In 1996 Henriksen made quite an impression on television audiences as the lead character in producer Chris Carter 's shortlived X-Files spin-off Millennium.
  2. Chris Carter's new series Millennium, also produced in Vancouver, debuted on Friday nights. (Web site)
  3. Morgan would later write a sequel also involving the writer Jose Chung ( Charles Nelson Reilly), for Chris Carter's other series, Millennium in 1998. (Web site)

Chris Weitz

  1. When his mother dies, he reaches out and invites his best childhood pal, Chuck (Chris Weitz), to the funeral. (Web site)
  2. Chris Weitz's discomfort is never more palpable than when he's lured into bed by his once-best friend. (Web site)

Clarence Brown

  1. The Clarence Brown Theater, on the campus of the University of Tennessee, is named in his honor.
  2. This Clarence Brown was no relation to the two Ohio congressmen of the same name.
  3. It was named for the theater's chief supporter, famed film director and UT alumnus Clarence Brown.

Clint Eastwood

  1. Clint Eastwood was responsible for Cimino getting the opportunity to direct.

Darren Aronofsky

  1. Darren Aronofsky is a noted drug dealer and film director. (Web site)
  2. Darren Aronofsky was born and raised in Brooklyn and is a product of the public school system.

David Anspaugh

  1. David Anspaugh 's Rudy was credited to Smithee when the film was severely cut for TV.
  2. Product Description From This 1993 film by David Anspaugh ( Hoosiers) is slowly building a reputation as a minor highlight of '90s movies. (Web site)

David Ball

  1. David Ball is the third of four sons and a daughter.
  2. David Ball was born into a musical family in Spartanburg, South Carolina on July 9th, 1953. (Web site)

David Lynch

  1. The extended TV version of the David Lynch film Dune was also credited to Smithee when Lynch objected to edits by its producers. (Web site)
  2. In 1980 Brooks became interested in producing the dramatic film The Elephant Man (directed by David Lynch).
  3. Blue Velvet is a 1986 film directed and written by David Lynch. (Web site)

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