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JOHN POLSON (Director) made his American feature film directorial debut  with the hit thriller Swimfan, released by Twentieth Century Fox. 

Polson is an award-winning actor and director as well as the founder of Tropfest,  Australia's largest festival dedicated to short films. As a director, Polson's work includes  three acclaimed short films as well as the feature film Siam Sunset, which received the  prestigious Rail D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival as well as an Australian Film Institute  Award® nomination for Best Film. In November 1997, Polson was awarded the Byron  Kennedy Award at the AFI Awards for his contribution to the Australian film industry. 

As an actor, Polson appeared in the box-office hit Mission: Impossible 2. Other  film credits include Sirens, starring Hugh Grant, The Sum of Us, for which he received  the Australian Film Critics Circle Award; and The Boys, which brought Polson the Best  Supporting Actor Award from the Australian Film Institute. Polson also starred in Idiot  Box, Prisoners of the Sun, the miniseries Kangaroo Palace and Vietnam, and the  television production Dadah is Death. Polson remains active in theater, where he began  his career.

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