Steve Chagollan

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Julian Schnabel

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Julian Schnabel, who achieved fame and fortune as a neo-expressionist painter in New York during the art boom of the '80s, had no formal training as a filmmaker when he tackled his first feature…

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Michael Clayton

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In a way, "Michael Clayton" -- the one best picture nominee not released by a specialty label -- provides a model for the majors who crave more than opening-weekend riches. Say yes to a star like…

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George Clooney

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The big difference between George Clooney and the matinee idols with whom he's been so often compared -- Cary Grant or Clark Gable -- is that his forebears were first and foremost movie stars.

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Daniel Battsek

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When Daniel Battsek took over as president of Miramax Films in October of 2005, he had some awfully big shoes to fill -- those of Harvey Weinstein, the company's founder, who was known as much for…

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Kathleen Kennedy

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The year 2007 seemed to represent a sea change for Kathleen Kennedy. The producer best known for her epic collaborations with Steven Spielberg seemed to have suddenly gone the way of the arthouse…

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James Schamus

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It would be tough to come up with a studio executive with more sterling credentials than James Schamus, chief operating officer of Focus Features. His association with director Ang Lee dates back to…

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Scott Rudin

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Scott Rudin has benefited from his reputation as a producer of high-toned literary properties and for allowing certain quirky filmmakers to go out on a creative limb.

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Roger Deakins

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There's a particularly dazzling sequence in the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men" when Llewelyn Moss, the film's picaresque hero played by Josh Brolin, commits an act of folly that sets off a…

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