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Rick McCallum

His credits include the award-winning BBC series *The Singing Detective* and such films as *Pennies From Heaven* (1981), *Dream Child* (1985), *Castaway* (1987), *Track 29* (1988), and *Strapless* (1989).
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Joel McNeely

[Joel McNeely]
Born in Madison, Wisconsin. He attended the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, studied Jazz at the University of Miami, and earned a masters degree at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. After graduating he went to Los Angeles where he has worked as a composer for film and television. He has also conducted orchestras, and has produced and arranged songs for artists. His awards include a number of Emmy nominations and awards including those for Young Indy.

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Laurence Rosenthal

[Laurence Rosenthal]
Born in Detroit, Michigan. He studied at the Eastman School of Music and later with Nadia Boulanger. His symphonic compositions have been premiered by Leonard Bernstein with the New York Philharmonic, and Erich Leinsdorf with the Rochester Philharmonic. He has been nominated for two Oscars. He has won six Emmys which besides those for Young Indy include the miniseries *Peter the Great* and *Anastasia*.

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Frank Darabont

Born in France but grew up in southern California. Some of his credits include co-writer of *A Nightmare on Elm Street 3* (1987), *The Blob* (1988), and *The Fly II* (1989). Wrote episodes of *Tales from the Crypt*, *Two-Fisted Tales*, and the TV movie *Till Death Do Us Part*. Directed *Buried Alive* (TV 1990).
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Carrie Fisher

Actress probably best known for her role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars movies. Also writer of *Postcards from the Edge*.
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Jonathan Hales

British writer whose credits include *Death on the Nile* (1978), and *The Mirror Crack'd* (1980).
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Jonathan Hensleigh

He was a Wall Street lawyer for six years before pursuing a career in writing.
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Matthew Jacobs

Writer and director whose best-known credit is the feature film *Paperhouse*. He directed the award-winning short film *Vardo*.
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Gavin Scott

His credits include the feature film *Ring Of Fire*.
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Jule Selbo

A screen, stage, television, and short story writer, her most notable feature film is *Hard Promises*.
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Rosemary Anne Sisson

A British novelist a few of whose screen credits include *Ride a Wild Pony* (1976), *Candleshoe* (1977), *The Littlest Horse Thieves* (1977), and *The Watcher in the Woods* (1980). Also wrote some of the episodes of *The Duchess of Duke Street*, *Upstairs, Downstairs*, *The Bretts* (*Masterpiece Theatre*), *Wind In the Willows*, BBC Wimsey* (*Mystery!*), and *Manions of America*.
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Vic Armstrong (England)

He was stunt coordinator on *Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom* (1984), *Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade* (1989), *Total Recall* (1990), and *Terminator 2* (1992)

Bille August (Sweden)

Dutch by birth but now living in Sweden, his directing credits include *Pelle the Conqueror* (1988) and Ingmar Bergman's *Best Intentions*, which won the Palme D'Or award at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.

David Hare (England)

His directing credits include *Damage*, *Strapless* (1989), and *Plenty*.

Joe Johnston (United States)

His directing credits include *Honey, I Shrunk the Kids* (1989), and *The Rocketeer* (1991)

Terry Jones (England)

His directing credits include *Life of Brian* (1979), *Monty Python's the Meaning of Life* (1983), *Personal Services* (1987), and *Erik the Viking* (1989).

Gillies MacKinnon (England)

His film work includes *Playboys* and *The Grass Arena*.

Rene Manzor (France)

He grew up in Argentina. His credits include *Pere Noel* and *The Passage* (1979).

Deepa Mehta (Canada)

Originally from India, her directing credits include *Sam and Me*.

Gavin Millar (England)

His directing credits include *Dreamchild* (1985).

Mike Newell (England)

Director of *Enchanted April*, *Dance With a Stranger* (1985), and *Amazing Grace and Chuck* (1987), among other films.

Jim O'Brien

His directing credits include *Jewel In the Crown*.

Nicholas Roeg (England)

Born in 1928. Some of his credits include work on *The Masque of the Red Death* (1964), *Performance* (1968), *Walkabout* (1971), *Don't Look Now* (1973), *The Man Who Fell to Earth* (1976), *Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession* (1980), *Eureka* (1983), *Insignificance* (1985), *Castaway* (1987), *Track 29* (1988), Aria (1988), and *The Witches* (1990).

Carl Schultz (Australia)

Born in Hungry and lives in Australia. A few of his credits include *Blue Fin* (1978), *Goodbye Paradise*, *Careful He Might Hear You* (1983), *Bull's Eye Traveling North* (1986), and *The Seventh Sign* (1988).

Simon Wincer (Australia)

An Australian immigrant. His works include *Snapshot* (1979), *Harlequin* (1980), *Phar Lap* (1983), *D.A.R.Y.L.* (1985), *Light Horsemen* (1987), *Quigley Down Under* (1990), *Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man* (1991), and *Lonesome Dove* (TV 1988).

Dick Maas (Dutch)

His films include *De Lift* (The Elevator), *Flodder* and *Flodder in Amerika* (Flodder, part 2).


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