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Alex Gibney was born in 1953 in New York. He received his undergraduate degree from Yale University before studying film at the University of California. His most notable work is the Oscar-winning documentary 'Taxi to the Dark Side' (2008), an in-depth examination of the torture practices by the United States in the Middle-East. His other films include 'Enron' (2005) and 'The Armstrong Lie' (2013).
Jean-Luc Godard was born in 1930 in Paris. During his student years at the Sorbonne, he met Claude Chabrol, François Truffaut and Jacques Rivette, a group of young filmmakers and critics, and started writing for the legendary film magazine, Cahiers du Cinéma. 'A bout de souffle' (1959) was his first feature, a highly original, spontaneous film shot on a shoe-string, which would later be one of the defining films of the French New Wave.
David Gordon Green was born in 1975 in Arkansas. He attended the North Carolina School of the Arts where he studied film. By 23, David had written and directed his first feature film 'George Washington' (2000), which was selected for the New York Film Festival, won the New York Film Critics' Prize and went on to win major festival awards internationally. His first major feature was 'Pineapple Express' (2008) starring James Franco.