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Born in Texas, raised in New Mexico and Washington, D.C., Joshua Oppenheimer received a B.A. (1997) from Harvard College and a Ph.D. (2005) from Central St. Martins College of Arts and Design, University of the Arts London. He went to Indonesia through 'The Globalisation Tapes', a film about unionization efforts in Sumatra. Based in Copenhagen and London, Oppenheimer is also artistic director of the Centre for Documentary and Experimental Film at the University of Westminster and has published extensively. He co-directed 'The Act of Killing' over the course of nearly a decade with a Javanese collaborator who, like much of the film’s team, has chosen to remain anonymous.
François Ozon was born in 1967 in Paris. He studied directing at the French film school La Fémis. Ozon's work is defined by an astute, satirical gaze and features a liberal view of human sexuality and LGBT themes. He is considered to be one of the most important contemporary French directors.