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Todd Haynes

 

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Ranked 16th on The Guardian's 2004 List of the World's 40 Best Directors

501 Movie Directors: A Comprehensive Guide to the Greatest Filmmakers

Director / Screenwriter
1961 -  
Born January 2, Los Angeles, California, USA
Key Genres: Drama, Biography, Musical  TSPDT Rating: 7
Key Collaborators: Christine Vachon (Producer), James Lyons (Editor/Character Player), Julianne Moore (Leading Character Player), Maryse Alberti (Cinematographer), Ed Lachman (Cinematographer), Christian Bale (Leading Player), Lauren Zalaznick (Prouducer), Susan Norman (Leading Character Player), Rob LaBelle (Leading Character Player), Carter Burwell (Composer)
Highly Recommended: Far from Heaven (2002)
Recommended: Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story (1987), Safe (1995)
Worth a Look: Dottie Gets Spanked [TV] (1993), Velvet Goldmine (1998), I'm Not There (2007), Mildred Pierce [TV] (2011)
Approach with Caution: Poison (1990)
Links: [ IMDB ] [ TCMDB ] [ All-Movie Guide ] [ Senses of Cinema: Great Directors ] [ Film Reference ] [ Wikipedia ] [ A.V. Club Interview (2007) ] [ 1995 Film Comment Article ] [ BBC: Calling the Shots ] [ Salon Interview (2007) ] [ Reeler Interview (2007) ] [ Observer Interview (2007) ]
DVD's: [ Amazon ]
Books: [ The Cinema of Todd Haynes: All That Heaven Allows ]
1,000 Greatest Films: Safe (1995)
21st Century's Most Acclaimed Films: Far from Heaven (2002), I'm Not There (2007)
 
 
 
 
 

 

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