JOE CARNAHAN (Written and Directed by) returns to the director's chair
following his critically acclaimed cop drama Narc, which premiered at the Sundance
Film Festival in 2002 and earned him a Best Director Independent Spirit Award
nomination. His first feature film was Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane, in which he
wrote, directed and starred. Financed with his own monies, it debuted at the Sundance
Film Festival in 1998.
Carnahan has also written and directed the innovative short internet film
The Hire: Ticker, starring Clive Owen, Don Cheadle and F. Murray Abraham.
Carnahan's writing career includes screenplays for Pride and Glory, a police
drama currently in production starring Colin Farrell and Edward Norton, as well as
adaptations of Mark Bowden's Killing Pablo and James Ellroy's White Jazz, which will
go into production at the end of next year with George Clooney producing and playing
the lead role.
For the small screen, Carnahan directed and is executive producing Faceless, a
crime drama pilot for 20th Century Fox Television. He has also recently finished a pilot
for NBC entitled The Double.
Carnahan is a native of Sacramento, California.
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