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JASON REITMAN (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER) was born in Montreal in 1977. His first short film, "Operation,” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1998. Reitman directed a series of short films and commercials before making his feature film debut with the 2006 hit "Thank You For Smoking,” which he adapted from the novel by Christopher Buckley.  He next directed "Juno” in 2007 for which he earned his first Oscar nomination and a Grammy, followed by "Up in the Air” in 2009, which was recognized with six Academy Award® nominations, as well as PGA, SAG, and DGA nominations.  Reitman won a Golden Globe® and the WGA Award for Best Screenplay. Through his company Right of Way Films, Reitman is currently in post-production on the film "Jeff, Who Lives At Home,” starring Ed Helms and Jason Segel, directed by the Duplass brothers.


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