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BENNETT MILLER (Producer/Director) is an Academy Award nominated film director best known for his two narrative features, MONEYBALL (2011) and CAPOTE (2005).

MONEYBALL chronicles the story of the 2002 Oakland Athletics baseball team and its general manager Billy Beane. The film received substantial critical praise, and went on to receive six Academy Award nominations including Best Picture, four Golden Globe nominations, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations, in addition to nominations from AFI, BAFTA, PGA and WGA.

Miller earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Director for CAPOTE, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman in his Oscar-winning performance as Truman Capote during the research of his groundbreaking true crime novel, In Cold Blood. For CAPOTE, Miller also earned a nomination for BAFTA's David Lean Award for Direction, a Best First Film Award from the New York Film Critics Circle and a Directors Guild of America nomination for Outstanding Feature Directorial Achievement.

Miller made his feature debut in 1998 with the documentary THE CRUISE, a portrait of New York City tour guide Timothy "Speed" Levitch. The film garnered considerable critical praise and notable awards, including the top prize of the International Forum at the Berlin Film Festival.


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