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Director/Co-writer ROBERT TOWNE, whose last picture for Warner Bros. was "Tequila Sunrise," which he wrote and directed, is best known for his Academy Award-
In 1993, Cruise teamed with his former agent, Paula Wagner, to form Cruise/Wagner Productions. Since then Cruise/Wagner has produced "Mission: Impossible" (1995). Now "Without Limits" (1998) marks their second feature-
In addition to his work as a producer, Cruise is an accomplished actor whose sympathetic performance as a wounded Vietnam veteran in "Born on the Fourth of July" (1990) and his touching portrayal of a down-
Cruise made his directorial debut in 1993 with an episode of the critically acclaimed series "Fallen Angels" titled "The Frightening Frammis." This episode, based on a short story by Jim Thompson, starred Peter Gallagher, Isabella Rossellini and Nancy Travis.
In 1993, PAULA WAGNER teamed with Tom Cruise to form Cruise/Wagner Productions. Their first feature film production was "Mission Impossible," followed by "Without Limits."
Prior to forming Cruise/Wagner Productions, Wagner spent almost 15 years as an agent, guiding the careers of such clients as Tom Cruise, Oliver Stone, Demi Moore, Robert Towne, Liam Neeson, Aidan Quinn, Val Kilmer and Kevin Bacon during her 12 years at Creative Artists Agency.
Besides her busy career as a producer, she is on the Board of Trustees for Carnegie-
After graduating from Carnegie-
Executive producer JONATHAN SANGER produced "The Elephant Man," which starred John Hurt and Anthony Hopkins and received eight Academy Award nominations, as well as the British Academy Award for Best Motion Picture. He also produced "Frances," starring Jessica Lange, Kim Stanley and Sam Shepard, which garnered two Oscar nominations, for Lange as Best Actress and Stanley as Best Supporting Actress.
Sanger's other producing credits include "The Doctor and the Devils," starring Timothy Dalton; he was the executive producer of "Flight of the Navigator," which received the Best Picture Award from the Academy of Family Films and Television.
In 1987 Sanger formed Chanticleer Films with Jana Sue Memel, and created The Discovery Program at the American Film Institute. More than 50 short films have been produced to date, including the Academy Award-
Executive producer and co-
In 1972, Moore became a founding member of the U.S. Olympic Athletes' Advisory Council and served on the committee until 1980. He also wrote Best Efforts, which was published in 1982. Many of his articles written for Sports Illustrated over the years are regarded as some of the best ever on running.
Moore has appeared in two films directed by Robert Towne, "Personal Best" and "Tequila Sunrise."
CONRAD L. HALL A.S.C. has been nominated for Academy Awards seven times, for "Saboteur: Code Name Morituri," "The Professionals," "In Cold Blood," "The Day of the Locust," "Tequila Sunrise," "The Search For Bobby Fischer" and "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," receiving the Oscar for the last-
Highly respected for his dramatic, evocative lighting techniques that have stylistically distinguished many films, Hall's other feature credits include "Harper," "Cool Hand Luke," "Divorce, American Style," "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here," "The Happy Ending," "Fat City," "Electra-
WILLIAM CREBER's for "The Towering Inferno," "The Poseidon Adventure" and "The Greatest Story Ever Told."
Creber began his career in 1955 as an apprentice draftsman. Five years later, he earned his first screen credit on "Rio Conchos" as art director. His other feature film credits include "Caprice," "The Detective," "Planet of the Apes," "Islands in the Stream," "Yes, Georgio," "Hopscotch," "Flight of the Navigator," "The Domino Principle," "Any Which Way You Can," "Twice In A Lifetime," "Street Fighter" and "Spy Hard."
He also designed the pilot and first six episodes of the television series "Christy," and has worked with producer Irwin Allen on various television pilot projects including "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea," "Lost in Space" and "The Time Tunnel." Creber art directed several television series, including "Mod Squad" and "Room 222."
In addition to his film and television projects, Creber designed and supervised construction of the New York Street and residential street backlot sets for Disney-
CLAIRE SIMPSON received an Academy Award for her work on Oliver Stone's "Platoon," in addition to winning a British Academy Award and the American Cinema Editors' Eddy Award.
Simpson began her career editing nature films for Irish television. The editor of several award-
ROBERT K. LAMBERT, A.C.E. (Editor) began his career as an assistant film editor for a commercial and animation company, moving on to ABC-
Lambert began editing films at Wolper Productions with "If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium," "The Hellstrom Chronicle," "WATTSTAX" and "Visions of Eight." For William Friedkin he edited "Sorcerer" and "The Exorcist" for its re-
Music Supervisor DANNY BRAMSON collaborated with writer/director Cameron Crowe on such movies as "Jerry Maguire," "Singles" and "Say Anything." In addition, he has served as music supervisor on "Indian Runner," "Tequila Sunrise," "Bull Durham," "Nothing In Common," "City of Angels" and many other films.
A former executive director for the Universal Amphitheatre and senior vice president of MCA Concerts, Inc., Bramson is the founder and president of Backstreet/MCA Records, whose acts include Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Nils Lofgren and Men Without Hats.
Composer RANDY MILLER has previously created scores for such films as "The Time of her Time," "Soong Sisters," "Darkman II: The Return of Durant," "Darkman III: Die Darkman Die," "Space Marines," "Into the Sun," "And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird," "Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth" and "Black Magic Woman." He also provided additional music for Oliver Stone's "Heaven and Earth."
His orchestration credits include "Dumbo Drop," "Rover Dangerfield," "The Marrying Man," "The Mighty Ducks," "I Love Trouble," "Undercover Blues," "Miles From Home," "Mr. Destiny," "Tremors," "Coneheads," "Tommy Boy," "The Thief and the Cobbler," "Hoffa," "Honeymoon in Vegas," "My Father the Hero," "The Flintstones" and "Heaven and Earth."
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