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THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM

PAUL GREENGRASS (Directed by) was nominated for an Academy Award® and won the BAFTA Award for directing the 2006 release United 93, the highly acclaimed drama recounting the courageous rally of passengers and crew to overtake a group of 9/11 hijackers. As writer/director/producer, Greengrass also received a Best Original Screenplay nomination from the Writers Guild of America, along with numerous other accolades.

He returns to the blockbuster Bourne series after having directed the international hit The Bourne Supremacy, which grossed more than $50 million during its domestic opening weekend and went on to earn more than $175 million at the U.S. box office. Greengrass wrote and directed the critically lauded, documentary-style feature Bloody Sunday, about the 1972 civil rights march in Northern Ireland that resulted in 13 deaths. Bloody Sunday's awards include the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival 2002, the World Cinema Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival 2002 and Best Director at the British Independent Film Awards 2002.

Greengrass' other credits include Omagh (Best Single Drama, BAFTA 2005), The Murder of Stephen Lawrence (Best Single Film, BAFTA 2000; Special Jury Prize, BANFF TV Festival 2000), The Fix, The Theory of Flight (Best Foreign Film, Brussels Film Festival 1999) and Resurrected (Interfilm and OCIC Jury Awards, Berlin Film Festival 1989).

Greengrass has also written and directed many documentaries, including the official Live Aid documentary, Food, Trucks and Rock and Roll. He began his career on World in Action, where he won a BAFTA. He was also co-writer, with Peter Wright, of the controversial best seller "Spycatcher.”

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