|How We Stopped the War||1966||Director||n/a||4|
|The Blood of Heroes||1990||Director||n/a||4|
|The Blood of Heroes||1990||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|The Day After Trinity||1979||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|12 Monkeys||2015 2014 - 2015||Source Material||Based on the Motion Picture "12 Monkeys" Screenplay by||1|
|The Joy of Letting Go||1975||Editor||n/a||1|
|Who Are the DeBolts? (And Where Did They Get 19 Kids?)||1976||Editor||n/a||1|
|The Day After Trinity||1979||Editor||n/a||1|
|Wrote screenplay in the late 1970s titled "My Dog's on Fire," a comedy about a punk rock band; screenplay read by director Tony Scott who passed it on to his brother, director Ridley Scott|
|With wife Janet, co-wrote the screenplay for "12 Monkeys," inspired by Chris Marker's experimental short "La jetée" (1962)|
|Wrote screenplay titled "The Cut-Whore Killings," which eventually became "Unforgiven"|
|Received solo writing credit for the Kurt Russell vehicle "Soldier"|
|Feature directorial debut, "The Blood of Heroes"|
|Worked as a news and documentary film editor while struggling to sell screenplays|
|Co-wrote (with wife) and edited the Oscar-nominated documentary "The Day After Trinity"|
|Received screenplay credit for Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven"; earned Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay|
|Settled in Berkeley, CA with his wife Janet in the early 1960s|
|Feature debut as editor, the action feature "Steel Arena"|
|As editor, collaborated with wife Janet who wrote the nonfiction feature "Who Are the DeBolts? (And Where Did They Get 19 Kids?); film won Oscar as Best Feature Documentary|
|Wrote story and screenplay for the Capra-esque "Hero," directed by Stephen Frears|
|Directed the documentary short "How We Stopped the War"|
|Attended high school in the Philippines|
|Co-wrote screenplay (with Hampton Fancher) of Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner"; adapted from Philip K. Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?|
|Grew up in Middletown, CT|
|Used pseudonym Anthony Able for script to "Project Alien," a thriller about a UFO cover-up|
|Janet Peoples||Wife||She wrote the Oscar-winning documentary feature "Who Are the DeBolts? (And Where Did They Get 19 Kids?)" (1977), which he edited; Co-wrote (with Jon Else) the Oscar-nominated documentary feature "The Day After Trinity" (1980); Co-wrote time warp feature "12 Monkeys" (1995)|
|Joseph Peoples||Father||Former chairman of the geology department of Wesleyan University; Worked for the U.S. Geological Survey; Died on March 21, 2000 at age 92|
|Ruth Peoples||Mother||Died in 1993|
|University of California at Berkeley|
|"Laura Ziskin, the producer of 'Hero,' who has known Mr. Peoples for years, said `Moral ambiguity is David's territory. Aside from that, he writes very complex characters and great dialogue. David is very gruff. He's kind of a big guy, very aggressively verbal. We had a lot of fights and arguments, but with David you never take it personally.
"A lot of what he says in the movie comes out of his own genuine beliefs that it's dangerous for anybody to be in the public eye, that whatever you say or do will probably be distorted in the process.'" – from The New York Times, Oct. 6, 1992
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