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9 of the Best Films Directed By Actors and 5 of the Worst
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With Zach Braff finally back in theaters with his sophomore feature "Wish I Was Here," which opens in select theaters this Friday, so now's a better time than ever to look back on some of the best, and some of the worst, films directed by folks better known for their acting careers.
Added by on 7/16/14
10 Recent Directorial Debuts From Actors-Turned-Directors
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Lake Bell's strong inaugural directing gig with "In a World..." got @indiewire to thinking about other times an actor has decided they want to call the shots. Rather than focus on the famous name, @indiewire took the opportunity to talk about some of the more contemporary examples.
Added by on 8/13/13
We Did Love "The Station Agent"
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An excellent @nytimes magazine profile on Peter Dinklage, his work on "Game of Thrones," and life and work as a dwarf
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 4/1/12
The Evolution Of Michelle Williams
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Total Film offers a career retrospective for one of Hollywood's most respected leading ladies, from her spots on Baywatch and Lassie to her most recent indie triumphs.
Added by on 4/16/11
Being a Director and Actor is a Win-Win
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Director/actor/everyman Tom McCarthy discusses making "Win Win" and the worst directing advice he ever received
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 3/16/11
'Win Win': Director Tom McCarthy On Wrestling With Moral Vagaries
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NPR talks to Tom McCarthy, the director of the new film "Win Win" about why all his films deal with "collisions with strangers" including "The Station Agent" and "The Visitor".
Source: www.npr.org
Added by on 3/11/11
We Did Love "The Station Agent"
Interesting
An excellent @nytimes magazine profile on Peter Dinklage, his work on "Game of Thrones," and life and work as a dwarf
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 4/1/12
Being a Director and Actor is a Win-Win
Interesting
Director/actor/everyman Tom McCarthy discusses making "Win Win" and the worst directing advice he ever received
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 3/16/11
9 of the Best Films Directed By Actors and 5 of the Worst
Interesting
With Zach Braff finally back in theaters with his sophomore feature "Wish I Was Here," which opens in select theaters this Friday, so now's a better time than ever to look back on some of the best, and some of the worst, films directed by folks better known for their acting careers.
Added by on 7/16/14
10 Recent Directorial Debuts From Actors-Turned-Directors
Interesting
Lake Bell's strong inaugural directing gig with "In a World..." got @indiewire to thinking about other times an actor has decided they want to call the shots. Rather than focus on the famous name, @indiewire took the opportunity to talk about some of the more contemporary examples.
Added by on 8/13/13
The Evolution Of Michelle Williams
Interesting
Total Film offers a career retrospective for one of Hollywood's most respected leading ladies, from her spots on Baywatch and Lassie to her most recent indie triumphs.
Added by on 4/16/11
'Win Win': Director Tom McCarthy On Wrestling With Moral Vagaries
Interesting
NPR talks to Tom McCarthy, the director of the new film "Win Win" about why all his films deal with "collisions with strangers" including "The Station Agent" and "The Visitor".
Source: www.npr.org
Added by on 3/11/11