Andi Engel

Former art critic who in 1976 founded the Artificial Eye company, a leading British distributor of foreign films which has also helped produce works by artists such as Peter Greenaway and Jean-Marie Straub/Daniele Huillet. Engel made his directing debut with the political thriller "Melancholia" (1989).

BB Cunningham

Credits: Elizabethtown BIRTHDATE| 11/30/1941

Christian Blackwood

Child actor turned documentarian and director of photography whose career spanned 40 films over a 25-year period. Among his work as a cinematographer is Charlotte Zwerin's haunting "Thelonius Monk: Straight, No Chaser". As a documentarian, Blackwood generally focused on artists and filmmakers. His films include "Observations Under The Volcano" (1988), a behind-the-scenes look at director John...

Daniel Vigne

Meticulous craftsman who directed his first film in 1972 and earned widespread acclaim for the medieval drama, "The Return of Martin Guerre" (1982), starring Gerard Depardieu. Vigne's acute attention to detail has been cited as the reason for his relatively limited output.