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ROMEO MUST DIE

ANDRZEJ BARTKOWIAK (Director) makes his feature directing debut with "Romeo Must Die." He began his career as a cinematographer working on commercials and independent films before collaborating with director James Ivory on the PBS adaptation of John Cheever's short story, "The 5:48."

His long affiliation with director Sidney Lumet includes his work on the Oscar-nominated drama "The Verdict," and 10 additional features, including "Prince of the City," "Deathtrap," "Daniel," "Garbo Talks," "Power," "The Morning After," "Family Business," "Q&A," "A Stranger Among Us" and "Guilty as Sin."

Bartkowiak also photographed the Academy Award-winning Best Picture "Terms of Endearment" and the Oscar-nominated John Huston classic "Prizzi's Honor." His other credits include "A Good Man in Africa," "Jade," "Species," "Dante's Peak," "Speed," "Losing Isaiah," "The Mirror has Two Faces," "I lard Promises," "Twins " "Nuts ""Falling Down," "The Devil's Advocate," "U.S. Marshals" and "Lethal Weapon 4."

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