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Writer/director James Gray made his first film Little Odessa (1994) at the age of twenty-five. The film, which starred Tim Roth, Edward Furlong, Vanessa Redgrave and Maximilian Schell, received critical acclaim and was the winner of the Venice Film Festival's prestigious Silver Lion Award in 1994. Miramax Films released James Gray's second feature, ... See full bio »

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Ad Astra Director
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(2016)
The Immigrant Director
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Two Lovers Director
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 2019 Ad Astra
 2016 The Lost City of Z (directed by)
 2014 The Red Road (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2013 The Immigrant
 2008 Two Lovers
 2000 The Yards
 1994 Little Odessa
 1991 Cowboys and Angels (Short)
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There's superb television, but it's not for me because - first of all - the two of three-hour format is just perfect, because it replicates best our birth-life-death cycle. 'The Sopranos' was genius television but it went on forever, and it never seemed to culminate in anything, and then everyone was pissed off at the ending. That's exactly why TV cannot substitute for a great movie, because the ... See more »

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He's a great fan of Claude Chabrol, intending his noir The Yards (2000) as a homage to those of the great French director. The film opened at the Cannes film festival to the audience's whistles, something that greatly angered Chabrol. See more »

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Frequently casts Joaquin Phoenix. See more »

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