Director DANNY BOYLE, producer ANDREW MACDONALD and screenwriter JOHN HODGE
have worked together continuously since their first feature film. Through
Macdonald's company, Figment, they made a startling debut in 1994 with the
critically acclaimed, box-office hit "Shallow Grave" starring
Christopher Eccleston, Kerry Fox and Ewan McGregor. The team's second film,
"Trainspotting," is considered by many to be a milestone in recent
British cinema and has become one of the highest-grossing British films of all
In 1996 they went to the U.S. to make "A Life Less Ordinary" starring
Ewan McGregor and Cameron Diaz. That same year, Macdonald and Boyle acted as
co-executive producers of "Twin Town" directed by Kevin Allen. Their
next project was "Alien Love Triangle" written by Hodge, a short
feature for Miramax starring Kenneth Branagh, Courtney Cox and Heather Graham.
"The Beach" is the trio's fifth collaboration.
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