|The Glades||2011 2011||Actor||n/a||20117|
|Intimate Portrait: Diane Lane||Actor||Interviewee||7|
|My New Gun||1992||Director||n/a||4|
|Another Damaging Day||1989||Director||n/a||4|
|Drop Back Ten||1999||Director||n/a||4|
|Cocktails at Six||2014||Director||n/a||4|
|Drop Back Ten||1999||Producer||n/a||3|
|My New Gun||1992||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Another Damaging Day||1989||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Drop Back Ten||1999||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Cocktails at Six||2014||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|My New Gun||1992||Song||("Picture of You")||1|
|Roy Cohn/Jack Smith||1995||Special Thanks||n/a||1|
|Wrote and directed first feature film, "My New Gun"|
|Directed well-received short film "Another Damaging Day"|
|Wrote, produced and directed "Drop Back Ten", featuring James Le Gros and Tate Donovan; premiered at the Sundance Film Festival|
|Wrote and directed short film "Cocktails at Six"|
|Produced and directed "Richard Lester!", a documentary portrait of the American filmmaker|
|Began making short films|
|TV-movie directing debut, "Same Difference" (CBS)|
Although it was a fairly small-scale film, "My New Gun" got terrific press at the Cannes Film Festival and was acclaimed one of the year's best by ROLLING STONE, THE NEW YORKER and others. Cochran directed her own script, about a gift gun which induces trauma, dark humor and even romance in the life of its suburban housewife owner (Diane Lane).
She also wrote and directed her second film, "Boys" (1996). Not as big a critical success, "Boys" starred Winona Ryder as a mysterious young woman who is hidden by a boarding school boy (Lukas Haas) and his classmates. Dismissed as somewhat vague and unfocused, "Boys" did not linger in theaters.
Cochran made her TV debut in 1994, with the CBS TV-movie "Same Difference", about the culturally rocky friendship of two teenagers.
|School of the Arts, Columbia University|
|"My writing is passive-aggressive. It's a casual writing style, but it's actually hard to improvise from. So the film is, for the most part, verbatim from the script. As a director, I was like, 'do whatever you want, but do it exactly the way I want you to'."--Stacy Cochran on "My New Gun" in THE NEW YORK TIMES, 10/25/92|
Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.