DANNY BOYLE, p.g.a. (Directed by/Produced by), the opening
ceremony for the
London 2012 Olympic Games, wowed critics and audiences around the world.
In 2008, Boyle won the Academy Award for Best Director for
Slumdog Millionaire. The film won eight Academy Awards, including Best
Picture, and more than 100 other industry awards. Boyle's follow-up, 127
Hours, which starred James Franco, was nominated for six Academy Awards,
including Best Picture, and eight British Academy of Film and Television Arts
(BAFTA) Awards. In 2013, Boyle directed the mystery-thriller Trance, which
starred James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson.
Boyle's first two features with screenwriter John Hodge, Shallow Grave
and Trainspotting, won two BAFTA Awards and received an Academy Award
nomination. Trainspotting remains one of the best-loved and highest-grossing
British independent films of all time.
Additionally, Boyle has directed the films 28 Days Later, Millions, The
A Life Less Ordinary, Alien Love Triangle and Sunshine. He has also directed
highly acclaimed work in television and theatre, including 2011's Frankenstein
at The Royal National Theatre, which starred Benedict Cumberbatch and
Jonny Lee Miller.
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