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ALEXANDRE AJA (Director/Writer) is quickly becoming one of his generation's most accomplished and innovative filmmakers in the horror genre. The son of French director Alexandre Arcady and French cinema critic Marie-Jo Jouan, Aja began his career as a writer/director of bold and sinister thrillers, including "Over the Rainbow,” "Furia,” and the international hit slasher film "Haute Tension.”

His American debut, a hyper-stylized remake of "The Hills Have Eyes,” Wes Craven's 1977 film about a band of sadistic cannibals that terrorize a vacationing family, further established Aja as a bold new voice in the horror genre.

Up next, Aja will write (with his collaborator, Gregory Levasseur) and direct "Piranha 3-D,” a three-dimensional re-imagining of Joe Dante's bloody 1978 classic.

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