Bruce Gowers

<p>Award-winning television director and producer Bruce Gowers was a pioneer in the music video industry, having directed over 350 music videos, and was best known for directing large-scale music events and award ceremonies such as the Emmy Awards, The MTV Video Music Awards, the Billboard Awards and the American Music Awards. While it was his visionary music video for Queen's "Bohemian...

David Peoples

A relatively reclusive American screenwriter (who refuses to be photographed for interviews and resides in Berkeley rather than Los Angeles), Peoples has built a strong reputation with a handful of distinctive screenplays. His work is characterized by a probing interrogation of genre conventions and strong moral ambiguity. Peoples' heroes tend to be only marginally more sympathetic than his...
Credits: Unforgiven, Soldier, 12 Monkeys, Hero, Hero BIRTHDATE| 11/30/1939

David Seltzer

Versatile scenarist who co-adapted Vladimir Nabokov's "King, Queen, Knave" (1972), wrote a couple of sophisticated horror films--the best of which was "The Omen" (1976)--and turned out several adroit tearjerkers, before making his directorial debut with "Lucas" (1986), a winning, low-key portrait of adolescence.

Godfrey Reggio

A former Roman Catholic monk who was asked to leave his order in 1968 because of his political activities, Godfrey Reggio eventually moved into TV as a means of spotlighting problems he was encountering as a social worker. His non-narrative feature films, "Koyaanisqatsi" (1982), which examined life in North America, and "Powaqqatsi" (1988), which examined the native cultures of Africa, the Middle...