|David Gordon Green|
2000 George Washington
2003 All the Real Girls
2006 Snow Angels
He was born in Arkansas and raised in Texas. In 2000, he wrote and directed George Washington, which was honored with a prize for Best First Film by the New York Film Critic’s Circle, won The Discovery Award at the Toronto IFF and landed on the 10 best lists of Roger Ebert, The New York Times, and Time Magazine. Green’s next film, All the Real Girls, was recognized with two jury awards at the 2003 Sundance IFF. In 2005 he directed the dark and violent family drama Undertow, which was an official selection of the New York and Toronto FF.
Snow Angels / David Gordon Green
Arthur has become friends with, and is pursued romantically by, Lila Rayburne. Annie used to babysit Arthur.Today they work in the same Chinese restaurant where anyone can see how much they care about each other, even as their lives are pulling them in much different directions. As Lila’s affection for Arthur grows, so does the ardor with which she tries to express it.At the same time,Arthur must deal with the fact that his parents are splitting up. Meanwhile, Annie’s first marriage to Glenn has ended. Glenn lives with his parents as he tries to rebuild his life. He also tries to re-connect with Annie. Snow Angels is about a cold winter morning when Arthur’s past collides with his future, and nothing will ever be the same.
|Director:||David Gordon Green|
|Script:||David Gordon Green (based on the book by Stewart O’ Nan)|
|Music:||David Wingo, Jeff Mcllwain, Art Direction: Richard Wright|
|With:||Sam Rockwell (Glenn), Kate Beckinsale (Annie), Michael Angarano (Arthur Parkinson), Griffin Dunne (Don),Amy Sedaris (Barb), Olivia Thirlby (Lila Rayburne)|
|Producer:||Dan Lindau, Paul Miller, Lisa Muskat, Cami Taylor|
|Co-production:||True Love Productions|
|JOHN CASSAVETES:||Friday, November 16, 2007 - 23:00|
|JOHN CASSAVETES:||Saturday, November 24, 2007 - 20:00|