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Sophie Fiennes began making films in 1998. She is widely acclaimed for her unique observational eye and strong sense of cinematic form. Her films act as powerful portraits of some of today's most iconic individuals. Fiennes' films have screened theatrically, on television and in festivals around the world, including Cannes, Sundance, Toronto and London.
James Franco was born in California in 1978. He studied English at UCLA, where he first started acting to overcome his shyness. His breakthrough came with the cult teenage series 'Freaks and Geeks' (1999). He is best known for roles in Sam Raimi's 'Spiderman' trilogy and Danny Boyle's '127 Hours' (2010), for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor.
Stephen Frears is an esteemed British director whose films favour character and narrative over visual embellishments. He is also known as a 'writer's director', owing to his numerous collaborations with esteemed screenwriters such as Hanif Kureishi and Alan Bennett. Over his illustrious career, Frears has directed many critically and commercially successful films, including 'Dangerous Liaisons' (1988) and 'Philomena' (2013).
William Friedkin, born in 1935, began his directorial career with live television shows and documentaries at the age of 18. He turned his gritty directing style to 'The French Connection' (1971) and 'The Exorcist' (1973). 'Killer Joe', starring Matthew McConaughey competed in competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival in 2011.