Film Director / Auteur Index
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Peggy - by John David Rhodes.
Aldrich, Robert - by Alain Silver.
Alea, Tomás Gutierrez - by Julia Levin.
Allen, Woody - by Victoria Loy.
Almereyda, Michael - by Jeremiah Kipp.
Almodóvar, Pedro - by Steven Marsh.
Altman, Robert - by Robert T. Self.
Andersson, Roy - Wikipedia. Also see and Official Page . The Swedish Film Database
Angelopoulos, Theodoros - by Acquarello.
Anger, Kenneth - by Maximilian Le Cain.
Antonioni, Michelangelo - by James Brown.
Argento, Dario - by Xavier Mendik.
Armstrong, Gillian - by Helen Carter.
Arzner, Dorothy - by Theresa L. Geller.
Ashby, Hal - by Darren Hughes.
Assayas, Olivier - by Franck le Gac.
Craig - by Tim Maloney.
Bava, Mario - by Sam Ishii-Gonzales.
Becker, Jacques - by James Sepsey.
Benning, Sadie - by Melissa Rigney.
Bergman, Ingmar - by Hamish Ford.
Berlanga, Luis García - by Steven Marsh.
Bertolucci, Bernardo - by Bilge Ebiri.
Bogdanovich, Peter - by Peter Tonguette.
Bolognini, Mauro - by David Melville.
Borzage, Frank - by Joe McElhaney.
Brakhage, Stan - by Brian Frye.
Breillat, Catherine - by Brian Price.
Bresson, Robert - by Alan Pavelin.
Buñuel, Luis - by Dominique Russell.
Burnett, Charles - by Nelson Kim.
Burton, Tim - by Ben Andac.
Donald - by Maximilian Le Cain.
Campion, Jane - by Fincina Hopgood.
Carax, Leos - by Christian Checa Bañuz.
Carpenter, John - by Marco Lanzagorta.
Chabrol, Claude - by Richard Armstrong.
Chambers, Jack - by Brett Kashmere.
Cheh, Chang - by Ethan de Seife.
Clampett, Bob - by Adrian Danks.
Clarke, Alan - by Nicolas Rapold.
Clouzot, Henri-Georges - by Fiona Watson.
Cocteau, Jean - by Richard Misek.
Coen, Joel and Ethan - by Paul Coughlin.
Cohen, Larry - by Tony Williams.
Coppola, Francis Ford - by Brian Dauth.
Corman, Roger - by Wheeler Winston Dixon.
Cronenberg, David - by Ashley Allinson.
Cukor, George - by Dan Callahan.
Dante, Joe - by Martyn Bamber.
De Leon, Gerardo - by Mark Holcomb.
De Palma, Brian - by Keith Uhlich.
De Santis, Giuseppe - MoMA.
Debord, Guy - by R.D. Crano.
Demme, Jonathan - by Keith Uhlich.
Demy, Jacques - by Caroline E. Layde.
Deren, Maya - by Wendy Haslem.
Dreyer, Carl Theodor - by Acquarello.
Dwoskin, Stephen - Official website.
Eastwood, Clint - by Deborah Allison.
Edwards, Blake - by June Werrett.
Eisenstein, Sergei - by Dan Shaw.
Erice, Victor - by Adrian Danks.
Fassbinder, Rainer Werner - by Joe Ruffell.
Fellini, Federico - by Antonia Shanahan.
Fincher, David - by Sean Lindsay.
Flaherty, Robert - by Deane Williams.
Ford, John - by Richard Franklin.
Forst, Willi - by Robert von Dassanowsky.
Forsyth, Bill - by Christopher Meir.
Frankenheimer, John - by Stephen Bowie.
Franklin, Richard - by Aaron Graham.
Friedrich, Su - by Lynn Bell and Michael Zryd.
Fulci, Lucio - by Patricia MacCormack.
Fuller, Samuel - by Adrian Martin.
Ritwik - by Megan Carrigy.
Gilliam, Terry - by Rumsey Taylor.
Godard, Jean-Luc - by Craig Keller.
Gondry, Michel - Official site.
Gorin, Jean-Pierre - by Erik Ulman.
Griffith, D.W. - by John Steinle.
Guney, Yilmaz - by Bilge Ebiri.
Michael - by Mattias Frey.
Hartley, Hal - Official site.
Hawks, Howard - by David Boxwell.
Haynes, Todd - by Keith Uhlich.
Herzog, Werner - by David Church.
Hitchcock, Alfred - by Ken Mogg.
Hodges, Mike - by Tony Williams.
Hu, King - by Stephen Teo.
Ichikawa, Kon - by Alexander Jacoby.
Imamura, Shôhei - by Nelson Kim.
Ivens, Joris - by Ian Mundell.
Derek - by Brian Hoyle.
Jarmusch, Jim - by J.D. Lafrance.
Jia, Zhange - by Kevin Lee.
Jodorowsky, Alejandro - by David Church.
Jones, Chuck - by Bill Schaffer.
Buster - by Dan Callahan.
Kiarostami, Abbas - by Mehrnaz Saeed-Vafa.
Kieslowski, Krzysztof - by Doug Cummings.
Kitano, Takeshi - by Bob Davis.
Kluge, Alexander - by Michelle Langford.
Kolm-Fleck, Louise - by Robert von Dassanowsky.
Korine, Harmony - by Fergus Grealy.
Kramer, Robert - A backgrounder: "In the 1960's Kramer made his mark as the great filmmaker of the American radical left whose first films painted a portrait of a generation of militants marked
by their opposition to the war in Vietnam ( In the Country , and The Edge, ). He was the founder and prime mover of the Ice Newsreel movement. He
travelled to Latin America, North Vietnam ( ), Portugal after the April Revolution
( People's War Scenes from the Class Struggle in Portugal, and Gestos e fragmentos), and
post-independance Angola." Additionally, see interviews
with Jump Cut Robert Kramer by Thomas Brom ( ) and by Filming in the Fist of the Revolution,
1912/1975 G. Roy Levin ( ). Reclaiming Our Past, Reclaiming Our Beginning,
Kubrick, Stanley - by Keith Uhlich. Also see . The Kubrick Site
Kurosawa, Akira - by Dan Harper.
Lang, Fritz -
by Daniel Shaw.
Law, Clara - by Dian Li.
Lean, David - by Alain Silver.
Lehman, Boris - Official site.
Leisen, Mitchell - by David Melville.
Leone, Sergio - by Daniel Edwards.
Lester, Richard - by Peter Tonguette.
Lewis, Jerry - by Chris Fujiwara.
Lewis, Joseph H. - by Robert Keser.
Linklater, Richard - by Brian Price.
Lipsett, Arthur - by Brett Kashmere.
Loach, Ken - by Mike Robins.
Losey, Joseph - by Dan Callahan.
Lowenstein, Richard - by Vanessa Long.
Lye, Len - by Brett Kashmere.
Lynch, David - by Thomas Caldwell.
Mackendrick, Alexander - by Monica Garrido.
Maddin, Guy - by Jason Woloski.
Malick, Terrence - by Hwanhee Lee.
Mamoulian, Rouben - by Adrian Danks.
Mankiewicz, Joseph L. - by Brian Dauth.
Mann, Anthony - by David Boxwell.
Mann, Michael - by Anna Dzenis.
Margheriti, Antonio - by Patricia MacCormack.
Marker, Chris - by Jaime N. Christley.
McCarey, Leo - by Paul Harrill.
Mekas, Jonas - by Genevieve Yue.
Meliès, Georges - by Darragh O'Donohue.
Melville, Jean-Pierre - by Adrian Danks.
Minnelli, Vincente - by Joe McElhaney.
Mizoguchi, Kenji - by Alexander Jacoby.
Morita, Yoshimitsu - by Bob Davis.
Morris, Errol - Official site.
Muratova, Kira - by Ruslan Janumyan.
Mikio - by Alexander Jacoby.
Nichols, Mike - by Lee Hill.
Noe, Gaspar - by Matt Bailey.
Novaro, Maria - by Romy Sutherland.
Noyce, Phillip - by Ingo Petzke.
Obomsawin, Alanis - by Paul Williams.
Oshii, Mamoru - by Richard Suchenski.
Oshima, Nagisa - by Nelson Kim.
Ouedraogo, Idrissa - by Martin Stollery.
Ozon, François - by Thibaut Schilt.
Ozu, Yasujiro - by Nick Wrigley.
Pasolini, Pier Paolo - by Gino Moliterno.
Peckinpah, Sam - by Gabrielle Murray.
Penn, Arthur - by Adam Bingham.
Petri, Elio - MoMA.
Polonsky, Abraham - by Andrew Marsden.
Portabella, Pere - Official website.
Potter, Sally - by Kristi McKim.
Powell & Pressburger - by Adrian Danks.
Preminger, Otto - by Chris Fujiwara.
Brothers - by James Rose.
Yvonne - by Erin Brannigan.
Ray, Nicholas - by Jonathan Rosenbaum.
Ray, Satyajit - by Helen Goritsas. Also see . SatyajitRay.org
Jackie - by Adrian Martin.
Reed, Carol - by Deirdre Feehan.
Renoir, Jean - by James Leahy.
Richardson, Tony - by Sandra Koponen.
Riefenstahl, Leni - Official site.
Rivette, Jacques - by Saul Austerlitz. Also see . Order of Exile: Concerning the Films of Jacques Rivette
Rocha, Glauber - by Gabe Klinger.
Roeg, Nicolas - by Lee Hill.
Rogosin, Lionel and here
Rohmer, Eric - by Tamara Tracz.
Romero, George A. - by Brian Wilson.
Rosi, Francesco - by Gino Moliterno.
Rossellini, Roberto - by Hugo Salas.
Claude - by Janice Tong.
Sayles, John - by Richard Armstrong
Scheeman, Carolee - Multidisciplinary artist. Transformed the definition of art,
especially discourse on the body, sexuality, and gender. The history of her work is characterized by research into archaic visual
traditions, pleasure wrested from suppressive taboos, the body of the artist in dynamic relationship with the social body.
Schlesinger, John - by Beatrice Schatzmann-von Aesch.
Schroeter, Werner - by Michelle Langford.
Scorsese, Martin - by Marc Raymond.
Siegel, Don - by Deborah Allison.
Siodmak, Robert - by Chris Justice.
Sirk, Douglas - by Tom Ryan.
Skolimowski, Jerzy - by Bruce Hodsdon.
Soderbergh, Steven - by Anna Daly. Also see this . fan site
Spielberg, Steven - by Stephen Rowley.
Sturges, Preston - by Jonas Varsted Kirkegaard.
Tarkovsky, Andrei - by Maximilian Le Cain.
Tashlin, Frank - by Ethan de Seife.
Tati, Jacques - by Jaime N. Christley.
Tavernier, Bertrand - by Carloss James Chamberlin.
Teshigahara, Hiroshi - by Dan Harper.
Thornton, Leslie - by Thomas Zummer.
Trueba, Fernando - Wikipedia.
Truffaut, François - by Juan Carlos González A.
Tsai, Ming-liang - by Darren Hughes.
Tsui, Hark - by Grady Hendrix.
Tomu - by Alexander Jacoby.
Ulmer, Edgar G. - by Erik Ulman.
Melvin - by Garrett Chaffin-Quiray.
Varda, Agnès - by Helen Carter.
Verhoeven, Paul - by Dan Shaw.
Vertov, Dziga - by Jonathan Dawson.
Vidor, King - by Dan Callahan.
Vigo, Jean - by Maximilian Le Cain.
Vithanage, Prasanna - Wikipedia.
von Trier, Lars - by Thomas Beltzer.
von Trotta, Margarethe - by Ben Andac.
Raoul - by Tag Gallagher.
Wang, Xiaoshuai - by Dror Kochan.
Warhol, Andy - by Constantine Verevis.
Waters, John - by Daniel Mudie Cunningham.
Watkins, Peter - Detailed information regarding each of Peter Watkin's films and their
current availability. Also see . Wikipedia article
Weir, Peter - by Romy Sutherland.
Welles, Orson - by Jaime N. Christley.
Wenders, Wim - by Dave Tacon.
Wexler, Haskell - Official page.
Whale, James - by David Lugowski.
Wilder, Billy - by Richard Armstrong.
Winterbottom, Michael - by Deborah Allison.
Wiseman, Frederick - Zipporah Films backgrounder.
Wishman, Doris - by Christopher J. Jarmick.
Wyler, William - by David Cairns.
Wong, Kar-Wai - by Elizabeth Wright.
Yang, Edward -
by Saul Austerlitz.
Yimou, Zhang - by Mary Farquhar.
Zinnemann, Fred - by Robert Keser.
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