Ernst Ingmar Bergman was born July fourteenth, 1918, the son of a priest. The film and T.V. series, The Best Intentions
is biographical and shows the early marriage of his parents. The film 'Söndagsbarn' depicts a bicycle journey with his father. In the miniseries Private Confessions
is the trilogy closed. Here...
“ An introductory image to one of the many great and equally respected directors in film history.
Please note: Ingmar Bergman appears once again under the relevant alphabetical listing. ” - Dr-Faustus
After becoming an award-winning, platinum-selling writer, producer/director Willie Aames took a 5-year hiatus and became a 6-star cruise director spending his time circling the globe and visiting over 127 countries. Recently Aames returned to his roots in the acting and film-making splitting his time between Los Angeles and Vancouver...
Craig Abaya, p.g.a., is a native San Franciscan, producer and director, known for Retro Girl (2016), If I Had a Twin (2015), Bruce Hornsby Live at Villa Montalvo (2002), Joan Armatrading All the Way From America (2004), The Stern Grove Festival Videos (2007) and Bridge School News (2008). As a musician...
Legendary Broadway writer/producer/director George Abbott was born in 1887 in Forestville, New York. His father was mayor of Salamanca, New York, for two terms. In 1898 his family moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Abbott attended Kearney Military Academy. The family returned to New York, where Abbott attended Hamburg High School...
The Corporation-(2003 Documentary). Co-directed with Mark Achbar
Born in Cairo 19 December 1979, Graduated from the Faculty of Music Education, worked as a film editor from 2003 .living in Cairo - Egypt. Heliopolis was his first long feature film which was considered as one of the beginnings of the Egyptian independent cinema new wave. Still occasionally blogging and plays music.
Vadim Abdrashitov, one of Russian cinema's most independent directors who was influenced by liberation of cultural life during the Khrushchev's "Thaw", is now an internationally renown filmmaker with awards from the Berlin and Venice Film Festivals. He was born Vadim Yusupovich Abdrashitov on January 19...
“ Aka: Aktan Abdykalykov. ” - Dr-Faustus
One of the genuine visionaries of Digital Computer Graphics and Visual Effects. From the early 1970s through the mid-80s, the Hollywood-based studio Robert Abel & Associates (RA&A) pushed the leading -- sometimes bleeding -- edge of visual effects. Working primarily in television advertising, (the only consistent market for such work at the time) RA&A created 33 Clio Award-winning commercials...
Malayalam director who studied economics at a college near Kottayam. His grandfather educated him and gave him his first camera. He worked as an insurance salesman in Bellary. Then he went to FTII (Film and Television Institute of India) and studied under Bengali director Ritwik Kumar Ghatak. He started with a student film...
Top Secret!-(1984). ” - Dr-Faustus
Lenny Abrahamson was born in Dublin in 1966. He studied physics and philosophy at Trinity College Dublin. While at university he directed short videos with the Trinity Video Society, which he co-founded with Ed Guiney. He graduated in 1991 with first class honours (gold medal). His first short film...
Abiola Abrams knew that she wanted to make movies after a 5th grade class trip to the Museum of TV & Radio. The product of mostly single sex education at The Brearley School in Manhattan, Abiola's first foray into media was as a member of a feminist rap and slam poetry group when she was 15. The group...
“ Star Trek-(2009).
Star Trek Into Darkness-(2013). ” - Dr-Faustus
Born in Russia in 1869, Ivan Abramson emigrated to the US while in his 20s. He went to work for Jewish newspapers. He became interested in the film business and in 1914 founded Ivan Film Productions. He produced several successful films, and even went into business with William Randolph Hearst
to form the Graphic Film Corp...
Aluzio Abranches was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He graduated in Film Making at the London Film School, in 1984. His first feature-film, "A Glass of Rage" was premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1999. In 2002 he came back with his second feature-film, "The Three Marias", which was also premiered in Berlin...
Aashiq Abu is an Indian film director, producer and actor. He was born in Kochi, Keala in the year 1978 to C.M. Abu and Jameela Abu. Aashiq Abu did his graduation from Maharajas College, Ernakulam, where he was an active member for student union for consecutive years. He married Malayalam actress Rima Kallingal in the year 2013...
“ Paradise Now-(2005).
Omar-(2013). ” - Dr-Faustus
'Tengiz Abuladze' studied theatrical direction af the Chota Rustaveli Theatre Institute in Tbilisi, Georgia, and film- making at the VGIK Cinematography Institute, graduating in 1953, when he joined Georgia Film Studios as a director. He made documentaries before making his feature debut in 1958. His best-known work in the West is the trilogy Vedreba
Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media-(1992 Documentary). Co-directed with Peter Wintonick
The Corporation-(2003 Documentary). Co-directed with Jennifer Abbott
Dejan Acimovic has graduated from Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb in 1996. Since 1987 he has been engaged in the ZKM theatre in Zagreb and has performed in many theatre productions. As a film actor he starred in many Croatian and foreign films, as well as several television films and series. In 2000 he directed his first feature film...
“ 9-(2009). ” - Dr-Faustus
Armondo Linus Acosta
Born in Bradford, Pennsylvania, Armondo Linus Acosta (aka Armand Acosta and Armando Acosta) is the eldest child of musical and theatrical parents. At home in the theatrical world of the 1940s and 1950s, Acosta began a precocious education in art, music and theater at the age of eight. He went on to study at the Tomlinson Technical Institute...
Daniel R. Adams is a feature film director best known for directing and writing the films The Lightkeepers, starring Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner, and The Golden Boys, starring David Carradine, Bruce Dern, Rip Torn, Charles Durning, and Mariel Hemingway. Adams grew up in the Boston area, went to the University of Vermont for two years...
Lloyd Bryan Molander
Lloyd Bryan Molander has been an Sr. Executive, Executive Producer and Filmmaker focused on entertainment for over 25 years. He has held the position of Executive Producer for domestic and international channels and has Executive Produced over fifteen hundred hours of Television and several notable feature and documentary films...
Although it's very unlikely that his admittedly cheap-'n'-cheesy films will ever be acknowledged as true works of cinematic art, director/producer/screenwriter Al Adamson did nonetheless make a slew of entertainingly trashy low-budget exploitation features for the drive-in market throughout the 1960s and 1970s...
“ Shrek-(2001). ” - Dr-Faustus
Someday a clever producer will tell the story of Hollywood's "Poverty Row" of the 1920s-'40s (although Hearts of the West
was a valiant effort, it left a lot to be desired), which was centered on Gower Street. So many fly-by-night production companies--which cranked out mostly westerns, because they were...
Anita W. Addison
Producer/director Anita Addison was one of the first African-American, female TV executives. She began her career as a director, directing episodes of "Knots Landing," "Quantum Leap," "Freddy's Nightmares," "ER," "Sirens" and "Judging Amy." She also directed made-for-TV movies, including "There Are...
Steven A. Adelson
Steven Adelson is a Syracuse University graduate, where he got introduced to film in the Visual and Performing Arts school. Steven has been a successful A-Camera operator/Steadicam operator for feature films and television for the past 10 years. He is an LA native who has had the distinct pleasure of working with some of Hollywood's finest and being mentored by the likes of Christopher Nolan...
Percy Adlon is best known for his film "Bagdad Cafe" aka "Out of Rosenheim". He was born in Munich, June 1, 1935, and grew up in Ammerland/Starnbergersee, in the Bavarian countryside. He studied art and theater history, and German literature at Munich's Ludwig-Maximilian University, took acting and singing classes...
“ Bagdad Cafe-(1987). ” - Dr-Faustus
John G. Adolfi
Entering films as an actor in 1910, John G. Adolfi soon switched careers and became a director. He turned out numerous, mostly low-budget films for minor companies, but every so often got a chance to work at a big studio like Fox. His big break came in the sound era, when he formed a partnership with actor George Arliss
and directed several of Arliss' most successful films.
American actor and filmmaker Benjamin Géza Affleck-Boldt was born on August 15, 1972 in Berkeley, California, and was raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His mother, Chris Anne (née Boldt), is a school teacher, and his father, Timothy Byers Affleck, is a social worker; the two are divorced. Ben has a younger brother...
“ Gone Baby Gone-(2007).
Argo-(2012). ” - Dr-Faustus
As a filmmaker, Anne Aghion has been drawn to places as far-ranging as rural Rwanda, the ice fields of Antarctica and the slums of Managua. She has been praised by critics both as a director of unique and poetic vision, and a documentarian who conveys a strong sense of the people and places she covers...
With the publishing of his first book, "Nondito Noroke" in 1972, Humayun Ahmed came into the limelight as a promising young writer. He proved later on that he was not there to be lost among others. His next book, "Shonkhonil Karagar", was another huge success with the readers. Most of his earlier books were family/social drama...
I. Ahmed hails from a traditional Muslim middle-class family. His mother was a teacher by profession and his father worked in a private firm. None of his family members are related to the cinema industry. Although Ahmed was not academically inclined in his school days, he spent most of his time dreaming about cinemas and filmmaking...
Life in a Day-(2011 Documentary). Co-directed with Kevin Macdonald