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"Swing Vote” marks the second foray as writer/director for JOSHUA MICHAEL STERN (Writer/Director). His directorial debut, "Neverwas,” for which he also wrote the screenplay, received its World Premiere at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival. The independent drama, starring Aaron Eckhart, Ian McKellen, Brittany Murphy, Nick Nolte, William Hurt and Jessica Lange, demonstrated Stern's ability to attract first-rate actors to his films. With "Swing Vote,” the commitment of such talent to him and his vision clearly continues, as Kevin Costner not only stars in but also produces the film.

A career as a filmmaker seemed like a natural fit for Stern, who was born into a family with a unique show-business pedigree. His grandmother, Nancy Green, worked as David O. Selznick's East Coast studio executive, discovering such talent as Marlon Brando, and bringing British actors like Alec Guinness and Jessica Tandy to America. Stern's grandfather, Jules Green, was the original executive producer of "The Tonight Show,” which he created with Steve Allen.

Given his ease with actors and a passion for filmmaking that galvanizes production talent around his work, Stern expanded his energies toward producing as well as directing. He currently has several major films in development, including an intense and innovative screen adaptation of "King Lear,” starring Anthony Hopkins, Keira Knightley, Gwyneth Paltrow and Naomi Watts, which Stern is directing.

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