Arthur Hiller

Arthur Hiller
Canadian-born director Arthur Hiller began in radio and, after a brief stint helming TV on his home shores, moved to the USA where he quickly established himself directing both live and film series like "Playhouse 90", "Gunsmoke" and "Naked City", for which he received a 1962 Emmy nomination. He made an auspicious feature debut at the helm of the teen flick, "The Careless Years" (1957), starring...

Mel Bourne

Best known for his impeccable collaborations with Woody Allen, beginning with "Annie Hall" (1977) and running through "Broadway Danny Rose" (1984), Mel Bourne excels at urban settings. After studying at the Yale School of Drama, Bourne worked as an apprentice to the stage designer Robert Edmond Jones. During the 1950s, he created the settings for numerous stage productions including "The Male...