|E! Entertainer of the Year 2003||2004 2003 - 2004||Actor||Interviewee||20047|
|The World's Fastest Indian||2005||Director||n/a||4|
|No Way Out||1987||Director||n/a||4|
|The November Man||2014||Director||n/a||4|
|MARIE: A True Story||1985||Director||n/a||4|
|The Bank Job||2008||Director||n/a||4|
|The World's Fastest Indian||2005||Producer||n/a||3|
|The World's Fastest Indian||2005||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|American film debut, "Marie: A True Story" starring Sissy Spacek|
|Had box-office success with the Tom Cruise vehicle "Cocktail"|
|Immigrated to New Zealand aged 19|
|Born and raised in Australia|
|Began career as stills photographer and then began making documentary films|
|Directed Al Pacino and Colin Farrell in the CIA spy thriller "The Recruit"|
|His "Smash Palace" was shown at New Directors/New Films Festival at New York's Museum of Modern Art|
|Co-produced (with Charles Roven) and directed the comedy "Cadillac Man" featuring Robin Williams and Tim Robbins|
|Directed (also wrote) Anthony Hopkins in "The World's Fastest Indian"|
|Returned to form with the sci-fi thriller "Species" starring Natasha Henstridge|
|Reteamed with Kevin Costner on the taut and well-made "Thirteen Days" about the 1961 Cuban missile crisis|
|Enjoyed a critical hit with "No Way Out" starring Kevin Costner; a remake of "The Big Clock" (1946)|
|Directed Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger in an ill-advised and unnecessary remake of "The Getaway"|
|Directed the formulaic "Dante's Peak" starring Pierce Brosnan and Linda Hamilton|
|Directed a series of seven short dramas for New Zealand TV entitled "Winners and Losers"|
|Helmed the murky murder mystery "White Sands"|
|Helmed "The Bank Job" based on a 1971 true life robbery of a bank in Baker Street, London|
|First non-Australian film as director, "The Bounty" starring Anthony Hopkins and Mel Gibson|
|Feature directing and producing debut, "Sleeping Dogs"; first film produced in New Zealand in 15 years|
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