BRAD ANDERSON (Director) wrote, directed and edited his first film, The Darien Gap - true guerilla-style indie shot on leftover 16mm film - for less than $40,000. It screened in competition at the '96 Sundance Film Festival. He was honored by Variety in '97 as one of the "Ten Leading New Independent Directors to Watch."
In 1998 his rom-com Next Stop Wonderland, Hope Davis and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, was picked up at Sundance by Miramax. It won the Grand Prix and Audience awards at the Deauville Film Festival, as well as the Excellence in Filmmaking Award by the National Board of Review.
In 2001 two of his films hit theaters simultaneously, both to overwhelming critical praise: the romantic comedy Happy Accidents , with Marisa Tomei and Vincent D'Onofrio; and the cult horror film Session 9, David Caruso, Josh Lucas and Peter Mullan.
In 2005 he made The Machinist Christian Bale and Jennifer Jason Leigh. It won the 2006 European Silver Melies. He wrote and directed the Hitchcockian thriller Transsiberian 2008 with Woody Harrelson and Ben Kingsley, and in 2010 directed Vanishing on 7th Street Hayden Christensen.
Projects in development include the Poe inspired thriller Eliza Graves, an historical drama set in 18th century Peru called The Mapmaker's Wife.
His television credits include such shows as "The Wire," "The Shield," "Boardwalk Empire," "The Killing," "Treme," "Fringe," "Persons of Interest," others.
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