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Terrence Malick

Terrence Malick

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Born: November 30, 1943 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Ottawa, Illinois, USA Profession: Producer ...
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Worked as journalist in the mid-1960s; writings published in <i>Newsweek</i>, <i>Time</i> and <i>The New Yorker</i>
1968:
Taught philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1969:
Published a translation of Martin Heidegger's <i>The Essence of Reasons</i>
1971:
Directed his thesis film "Lanton Mills"
1970:
Did uncredited work on the screenplay for "Drive, He Said"
1970:
First produced screenplay, "Deadhead Miles" (film was shelved until 1982 release)
1971:
Reportedly worked on script for "Dirty Harry"
1972:
First released film where he received screenplay credit, "Pocket Money"
1973:
Feature producing and directing debut, "Badlands"; also scripted and acted in a bit part
1974:
Co-wrote script for "The Gravy Train" with Bill Kerr (credited under the pseudonym David Whitney)
1978:
Directed second feature, "Days of Heaven" (film spent two years in post-production)
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Moved to Paris for several years
1998:
Wrote and directed first film in twenty years, "The Thin Red Line"
2005:
Directed the the pre-colonial epic "The New World," a revisionist take on the story of Pocahontas and John Smith
2011:
Directed fifth feature, "The Tree of Life," which won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival

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