CURTIS HANSON (Director, Producer) began his career as a
journalist and screenwriter, penning scripts for "Never Cry Wolf," "White Dog"
and "The Silent Partner," before directing "The Bedroom Window," "Bad
Influence," "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" and "The River Wild." Hanson helmed
the celebrated crime drama "L.A. Confidential," which received nine Academy
Award nominations, including three for Hanson, in the categories of Best
Director and Best Picture, as well as Best Screenplay for which he won the
Oscar . The film also earned him two Golden Globe nominations, a PGA Award
nomination, a DGA nomination and a WGA Award nomination. Most recently he
directed the HBO film "Too Big to Fail," which garnered 11 Emmy nominations,
including Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special.
Hanson also directed and produced "Lucky You," "In Her Shoes," "8 Mile" and
"Wonder Boys." He has served as chairman of the UCLA Film and Television Archive
since 1999 and was the first recipient of the Film Preservation Award, bestowed
by the Film Foundation and DGA in 2003. Hanson is a member of the governing
board of the Film Foundation and represented the directors' branch on the board
of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from 2001 to
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