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JON AMIEL's (Director) most recent credits include the Warner Bros. comedy The Man Who Knew Too Little, starring Bill Murray and Joanne Whalley, the thriller Copycat, starring Sigourney Weaver and Holly Hunter, and Sommersby, a period drama, starring Richard Gere and Jodie Foster.

The British director graduated from Cambridge University, where he studied English literature. He ran the Oxford and Cambridge Shakespeare Company, which frequently toured the United States. He subsequently became literary manager for the Hampstead Theatre Company and began directing there before moving on to the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Amiel joined the BBC as a story editor, and studied television directing. His documentary The Silent Twins, exploring the extraordinary world of twin girls who invented their own language and communication to cut themselves off from the rest of the world, was the BBC selection for entry at the Locarno and Montreal Festivals and is still regularly shown on television. His work on the award-winning drama series The Singing Detective was hailed as setting a new bench-mark for television drama and gathered acclaim throughout the world.

In 1989 Amiel's feature film debut Queen of Hearts opened at Cannes Film Festival, and was named Best First Film at the Montreal Film Festival and won the Best British Feature Film Award at the Birmingham Festival. Tune In Tomorrow, based on the novel Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter by Mario Vargas Llosa, and starring Barbara Hershey and Keanu Reeves, was his American film debut and won the Prix Publique at the Deauville Film Festival.

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