Anjali Menon is an Indian film director and screenwriter. Born in Calicut, Kerala, Anjali grew up in Dubai. She did her high school education in Calicut and graduated with a degree in commerce from Providence Women's College, Calicut. She did post-graduation work in communication studies, specializing in TV production...
Vladimir Menshov - Russian director and actor, noted for the depicting of the Russian Everyman and working class life in his films. Born on September, 17, 1937 in Baku (then USSR, now the territory of Azerbaijan) like many Russian directors and actors Menshov studied acting and directing at the state film school VGIK...
“ Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears-(1980). ” - Dr-Faustus
“ Closely Watched Trains-(1966). ” - Dr-Faustus
William Cameron Menzies
William Cameron Menzies was educated at Yale University, the University of Edinburgh and at the Art Students League in New York. He entered the film industry in 1919, after serving with the U.S. Expeditionary Forces in World War I. His initial assignments were in film design and special effects, as assistant to Anton Grot
at Famous Players-Lasky...
“ Things to Come-(1936).
Invaders from Mars-(1953). ” - Dr-Faustus
One of the truly great and gifted performers of the century who often suffered lesser roles, Burgess Meredith was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1907 and educated in Amherst College in Massachusetts before joining Eva Le Gallienne's stage company in New York City in 1933. He became a favorite of dramatist Maxwell Anderson
Born in Rome, Italy, James Antonioni Merendino moved to the United States when he was six years old, where he lived first in New York City and then Salt Lake City. His father, a Doctor, his mother coming from an Italian film family, James was encouraged to pursue the trade of his mother's family. At 16 he returned to Rome to study Theology and Philosophy...
Brian A. Metcalf
Brian A. Metcalf, a member of the (DGA) and (VES), attended the Joe Kubert School of Art and the Gnomon School of Visual Effects. He has since held a number of positions as a creative director, traditional artist, writer, photographer, visual effects artist and supervisor working on games, DVDs, web, film and documentaries for all the major studios...
After graduating from USC with a degree in business and cinema, Chris Metzler's film career has taken him from the depths of agency work, to coordinating post-production for awful American movies seen late at night in Belgium. His filmmaking work has resulted in him criss-crossing the country with the aid of caffeinated beverages...
Worked on many of his dad's award-winning PBS documentaries, while growing up. Attended the prestigious USC School of Cinema Television, where his final student film, with partner Jeff Burr
, won over a dozen film festivals around the world as an official representative of USC and the United States...
Nicholas Meyer was born on December 24, 1945 in New York City, and is probably best known for his involvement in the Star Trek films. According to his website, it was seeing his first movie The Beggar's Opera
that inspired him to become a filmmaker. He was fascinated by such literary classics as Jules Verne
“ Time After Time-(1979).
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan-(1982). ” - Dr-Faustus
Russell Albion Meyer was born in San Leandro, California, to Lydia Lucinda (Hauck), a nurse, and William Arthur Meyer, a police officer, who divorced during his childhood. His parents were both of German descent. Meyer began winning prizes at 15 with his amateur films. He spent World War II in Europe as a combat cameraman...
“ Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!-(1965). ” - Dr-Faustus
Leah Meyerhoff is an award winning filmmaker whose debut narrative feature film "I Believe in Unicorns" was released theatrically after premiering at SXSW, winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Atlanta Film Festival and additional awards from the Woodstock Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, First Time Fest...
Oscar Micheaux, the first African-American to produce a feature-length film (The Homesteader
in 1919) and a sound feature-length film (The Exile
in 1931), is not a major figure in American film just for these milestones, but because his oeuvre is a window onto the American psyche as regards race and its deleterious effects on individuals and society...
“ Animal Kingdom-(2010). ” - Dr-Faustus
Anne-Marie Mieville began her career as a singer in the 60s, but moved on to filmmaking. In 1972, she met Jean-Luc Godard, and they began their extremely prolific collaborative career. They have produced numerous films together, and continue to do so.
Won MTV M2 Video Music Award for Sony Entertainment Recording Artist Mudvayne "Dig"; Won Kerrang Magazine Video Of The Year for Sepultura "Roots"; Grammy Nomination for Slipknot's "Wait & Bleed"; Nominated MVPA Awards Best Direction Of Female Artist for Artemis Records Kittie "What I Always Wanted"; Currently is a director and writer of features...
Takashi Miike was born in the small town of Yao on the outskirts of Osaka, Japan. His main interest growing up was motorbikes, and for a while he harbored ambitions to race professionally. At the age of 18 he went to study at the film school in Yokohama founded by renowned director Shôhei Imamura
, primarily because there were no entrance exams...
“ The Bird People in China-(1998).
Ichi the Killer-(2001).
13 Assassins-(2010). ” - Dr-Faustus
Russian film-maker and actor Nikita Sergeyevich Mikhalkov was born on October, 21, 1945, a son of a well-known Russian poet Sergey Mikhalkov
, who provided lyrics for the Russian anthem, and Natalya Petrovna Konchalovskaya, also a poet. As a child he was exposed to genuine literary talk at home, which was a fulcrum for a Russian art community...
“ Miles Brothers. ” - Dr-Faustus
Lewis Milestone, a clothing manufacturer's son, was born in Bessarabia (now Moldova), raised in Odessa (Ukraine) and educated in Belgium and Berlin (where he studied engineering). He was fluent in both German and Russian and an avid reader. Milestone had an affinity for the theatre from an early age...
“ All Quiet on the Western Front-(1930).
Of Mice and Men-(1939).
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers-(1946). ” - Dr-Faustus
Conan the Barbarian-(1982). ” - Dr-Faustus
Gavin Millar was born in Clydebank, Scotland, to a working class family. The family moved to England when he was nine years old. After school and national service in the Royal Air Force, he studied English at Oxford University. His notable early work as a director was for the BBC in the 1960s. He also went on to direct for commercial television...
Moneyball-(2011). ” - Dr-Faustus
“ Sudden Fear-(1952).
Lonely Are the Brave-(1962). ” - Dr-Faustus
David Lee Miller
David Lee Miller wrote and directed the feature film Breakfast of Aliens (Hemdale), and has written screenplays for Ivan Reitman Productions (Universal), Goldie Hawn (Disney), and the Spider-Man animated series (Fox/Marvel). A Writers Guild of America member since 1989, David wrote, directed and scored Zoo-opolis...
Frank Miller was born in Olney, Maryland, to a nurse mother and a carpenter and electrician father, and was raised in Montpelier, Vermont. He is of Irish descent. Miller was a big comics writer/artist in the '70s and '80s. He wrote and penciled the Marvel series "Daredevil" for a long time. His friend...
“ Sin City-(2005). ” - Dr-Faustus
is an Australian film director, screenwriter, producer, and former medical doctor. He is best known for his Mad Max franchise, with The Road Warrior
and Mad Max: Fury Road
being hailed as amongst the greatest action films of all time. Aside from the Mad Max films, Miller has been involved in a wide range of projects...
“ Mad Max-(1979).
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior-(1981). ” - Dr-Faustus
Greg Miller is a graphic and digital artist who is employed by Walt Disney Television Studios and Dreamworks Production Companies. He has gained notoriety through his efforts as a producer, director, writer, and artist on various movies and television series. His notable efforts include Shrek the Third (2007)...
James Miller started working as a freelance cameraman, and in 1995 joined the Frontline News collective, as cameraman, producer, and director in most of the world's hotspots. His first film for Hardcash Productions came four years later. A forensic examination of a massacre in Kosovo, the film won the Royal Television Society (RTS) award for international current affairs in 2000...
“ Death in Gaza-(2004 Documentary). ” - Dr-Faustus
Randall Miller is a member of the IA, the DGA, SAG and the WGA. He began his career as a struggling actor appearing in tv commercials, theater and a few stints in television shows and movies. After USC Film School he went to the AFI. His thesis film at the AFI launched his career as a director working...