Pete Jones

Pete Jones
An up and coming filmmaker who got his big break thanks to the Miramax sponsored competition "Project Greenlight", Peter Jones went from production assistant and insurance salesman to director and screenwriter almost overnight when he was awarded $1 million with which to produce his debut feature "Stolen Summer' (2002).

Rick Hoffman

Rick Hoffman
A dark-haired, deep-voiced actor with looks and talent more befitting a risk-taking character player than a white bread leading man, Rick Hoffman worked steadily in bit parts from his 1997 debut, but only stopped waiting tables when, in 2000, he landed a regular role on the doomed Fox drama "The $treet". A Long Island native who studied drama at the University of Arizona in Tucson and headed to...

Sam Taylor

Credits: All Good Children BIRTHDATE| 11/30/1969

Scott Reynolds

New Zealand-born writer-director Scott Reynolds made his first short film "The Minute" in 1992 and followed with "A Game With No Rules" (1994), both produced by Jonathan Dowling, the man behind Garth Maxwell's 1993 feature "Jack Be Nimble". The latter was purchased by Miramax for theatrical release in America and brought the filmmaker to the attention of the company's head honchos, Harvey and Bob...

Sean Ellis

<p>Few directors proved their prowess behind the camera with so few movies under their belt as British director Sean Ellis, who received widespread critical acclaim with his first two features, "Cashback" and "Metro Manila. " Born in 1970 in Brighton, England, Ellis was initially a fashion photographer but felt the commercial nature of magazine shoots was too creatively restricting. Ellis...