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|Born:||August 24, 1959||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Colombia||Profession:||Cinematography ...|
RATE AND COMMENT
Started as a production assistant; eventually began directing commercials
Worked as a camera operator for "Tiempo de Morir/A Time to Die," written and produced by his father Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Credited as Director of Photography for the Spanish TV adaptation of his father's novel "El Verano de la Senora Forbes"
Director of Photography for Maria Novaro's "Danzón"
Worked with director Allison Anders on "Mi vida loca/My Crazy Life"
Once again worked with director Allison Anders on the segment 'The Missing Ingredient' in "Four Rooms"
Made screenwriting and directing debut with "Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her"
Was Director of Photography for the HBO movie "Gia"
Began directing episodes of the HBO series "The Sopranos"
Wrote and directed "Ten Tiny Love Stories," a series of monologues in which ten women talk about the man that made the largest impression on them
Directed several episodes of the HBO drama series "Six Feet Under"
Again teamed with HBO to direct several episodes of "Carnivàle"
With Robert Spera and Jared Rappaport, produced, directed and wrote the Showtime movie "Fathers and Sons"
Helmed the feature "Nine Lives," about nine women who resiliently meet the travails and disappointments of life; earned Independent Spirit Award Nominations for Best Director and Best Screenplay
Directed the pilot episode of HBO's "Big Love," a look at contemporary polygamist Mormons in suburban Utah
Wrote, directed and produced several episodes of the HBO series "In Treatment"
Wrote and directed the independent film "Mother and Child," which told the overlapping stories of three women who were affected by adoption
Helmed the period drama "Albert Nobbs," co-written by and starring Glenn Close
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