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UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN

AUDREY WELLS (Director, Producer, Screenplay, Screen Story) was born and raised in San Francisco. She earned her bachelor's degree at UC Berkeley and her master's in film from UCLA. "Under the Tuscan Sun” is her second effort as a writer/director. In 1999, Wells directed her first film, the independent feature "Guinevere,” from her own original screenplay. The film, which starred Stephen Rea and Sarah Polley, was awarded the prize for Best Screenplay at the Sundance Film Festival, the Jury Prize at the Deauville Film Festival, and was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards before being released by Miramax. Wells is the author of many original screenplays, including "The Truth About Cats and Dogs” and "The Kid.” She also co-wrote the family comedy "George of the Jungle.” Her screenplay adaptation of the Japanese film "Shall We Dance” is currently filming for Miramax with Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez starring. Wells lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three-year-old daughter.

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