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BRIAN HELGELAND (Director/Screenwriter) received a Golden Globe nomination for the critically acclaimed screenplay "L.A. Confidential" which he co-wrote with Curtis Hanson. The film starred Danny DeVito, Kevin Spacey and James Cromwell.

A former commercial fisherman from New Bedford, Massachusetts, Helgeland changed his career path following a big storm at sea on Thanksgiving 1985 and began to write for the screen shortly thereafter.

Since moving to Los Angeles in 1986, Helgeland's screenwriting credits include the hit horror film "Nightmare on Elm Street IV: The Dream Master," and two other chillers, "967 EVIL" and "Highway to Hell." He also co-wrote the action-thriller "Assassins;" and the original script for "The Postman," starring and directed by Kevin Costner.

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