|Jeff Bridges: Building Bridges||2002 2001 - 2002||Actor||Interviewee||20027|
|The Skeleton Key||2005||Director||n/a||4|
|The Wings of the Dove||1997||Director||n/a||4|
|Trap for Cinderella||2013||Director||n/a||4|
|Trap for Cinderella||2013||Producer||n/a||3|
|The Skeleton Key||2005||Producer||n/a||3|
|Directed Kevin Spacey in the sci-fi feature, "K-Pax"|
|Worked for a local documentary unit at Britain's Granada TV|
|Breakthrough feature "The Wings of the Dove"; based on the 1902 novel of the same name by Henry James|
|Made a name for himself directing music videos in Britain|
|Directed the fantasy film "Inkheart," which is based on the book of the same name|
|Helmed the supernatural thriller, "Skeleton Key" with Kate Hudson, Gena Rowlands and John Hurt|
|Joined the BBC in Southampton and made 30 "auteur documentaries" for TV|
|Directed first US-produced film "Hackers" (also executive producer)|
|Feature debut, "Backbeat"; also credited for screenplay|
|At age 18, took a year off school to paint in France|
|University of Cambridge|
|St Benedict's School|
|About Venice as a setting for "The Wings of the Dove" (1997): "The city's like a metaphor itself. It's all light and space and shapes, steeped in atmospheric, rather sinister history. Venice is like a map of a thriller plot. You come to corners and you don't know if you'll meet an assassin round the corner. Nicolas Roeg's film 'Don't Look Now' exploited that brilliantly. Beyond that, I liked the idea of presenting a world that was a map of the inner world of characters and their dilemmas. There was a scene of pagan carnival, and these funereal gondolas gliding along the canals as if on their way to Hades. It was incredibly potent as a setting." - Softley quoted to The Los Angeles Times, Nov. 2, 1997|
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