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DOMINIC SENA (Director) is a founder of Propaganda Films and the director of award-winning music videos, commercials and feature films. He began his career as a cameraman before making his feature film directorial debut in 1993 with the controversial thriller Kalifornia, starring Brad Pitt, David Duchovny and Juliette Lewis. The film won the International Film Critics Jury Prize at the 1993 Montreal Film Festival as well as top honors for its cinematography.

Renowned for his visually adventurous style, Sena has gone on to direct a number of films including the worldwide hit Gone in 60 Seconds, starring Nicolas Cage, Giovanni Ribisi and Angelina Jolie; Swordfish, starring John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle and Sam Shepard; and the 2009 action thriller Whiteout, starring Kate Beckinsale.

In addition to his film credits, Sena is a prolific director of music videos who has earned numerous awards for his work with such artists as Sting, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Tina Turner, Bryan Adams and Steve Winwood. Sena's collaboration with Janet Jackson on a series of choreography-focused videos for her iconic "Rhythm Nation 1814” album release, including "Miss You Much,” "The Pleasure Principle,” "Come Back to Me” and "Rhythm Nation,” earned him a Grammy Award® for Best Long Form Video.

In the world of television commercials, Sena has created memorable spots for clients such as Nike, Apple, Acura, IBM, Coke and Honda, among others. Three of Sena's spots helped earn Propaganda the Palme D'Or at the International Advertising Festival in Cannes. The Nike campaign garnered Sena a Gold Lion for Individual Achievement. His commercials also won top honors at New York's prestigious AICP Awards and were made a part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.


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