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Vincent Ward (I)


Vincent Ward has produced, executive produced and/or written and directed feature films including What Dreams May Come (Which won an Oscar and was nominated for 2 Academy Awards), The River Queen (Won best film in Shanghai) and The Last Samurai (4 Academy Award nominations and winner of Best Foreign Film in Japan) developing the underlying ... See full bio »
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Known For

Map of the Human Heart
(1992)
Alien³
Alien³ Writer
(1992)
Vigil
Vigil Director
(1984)

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Directed two TV commercials for OnStar featuring Bruce Thomas as Batman (2001).

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In the '80s Ward did not maintain any permanent residence, traveling around the world where his work would take him, with no home address. See more »

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Aquarius

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