Steven Soderbergh Us

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Steven Soderbergh won the Academy Award for Best Director for his 2000 ensemble drama Traffic. He actually earned dual Best Director Oscar nominations that year as he was also honored for Erin Brockovich, which starred Julia Roberts in an Oscar-winning performance. Previously, Soderbergh was nominated for Best Original Screenplay for sex, lies, and videotape, which marked his feature film directorial debut. The film also won the Palme d’Or at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.

More recently, he directed Contagion, a medical thriller with an international ensemble cast including Marion CotillardMatt Damon, Laurence FishburneJude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Winslet. And Everything is Going Fine, his feature film documenting the life and work of the late performance artist Spalding Gray, made its world premiere at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival. The two had previously worked together on Gray’s Anatomy and King of the Hill.

Among his other film credits are The Girlfriend Experience, The Informant!, Che,the Ocean’s trilogy, The Good German, Bubble, Solaris, Full Frontal, The Limey, Out of Sight, Schizopolis, The Underneath, King of the Hill and Kafka.

Soderbergh also wrote, directed, photographed and edited Equilibrium, starring Alan Arkin, Robert Downey, Jr. and Ele Keats, which was one of three short, eroticism-themed films released together as Eros. Michelangelo Antonioni and Wong Kar-wai directed the other two segments. The film made its premiere at the 2004 Venice Film Festival.

Soderbergh has also produced or executive produced a wide range of features including Solitary Man, directed by Brian Koppelman and David Levien; Far From Heaven and I’m Not There,directed by Todd Haynes; Michael Clayton, directed by Tony Gilroy; the documentary Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired,directed by Marina Zenovich; Wind Chill and Criminal, directed by Gregory Jacobs; Good Night, and Good Luck and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,directed by George Clooney; A Scanner Darkly,directed by Richard Linklater; Rumor Has It…, directed by Rob Reiner; Syriana,directed by Stephen Gaghan; Lodge Kerrigan’s Keane,which played at the Telluride, Toronto and New York film festivals; The Jacket, directed by John Maybury; Insomnia, directed by Christopher Nolan; Welcome to Collinwood, directed by Anthony and Joseph Russo; Pleasantville, directed by Gary Ross; and The Daytrippers, directed by Greg Mottola.

In December 2009, Soderbergh created and directed the play “Tot Mom,” produced at the Sydney Theatre Company. Based on the kidnapping and murder of Caylee Anthony, the play starred Essie Davis as controversial television commentator Nancy Grace, whose crusade for justice ignited worldwide interest in the crime.
At the same time, he also directed his 22nd film, The Last Time I Saw Michael Gregg,an improvised comedy starring the cast of “Tot Mom.”

Filmography Steven Soderbergh

2013 Liberace (Director)
2012 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (Director)
2012 Magic Mike (Director)
2012 Haywire (Director)
2011 Contagion (Director)
2011 The Last Time I Saw Michael Gregg (Director)
2010 And Everything Is Going Fine (Director)
2009 Untitled Spalding Gray (Director)
2009 The Informant (Director)
2009 The Girlfriend Experience
2009 Che: Guerrilla (Director)
2009 Che: el argentino   (Director)
2004 Ocean’s twelve
2003 Eros
2002 Full Frontal
2002 Solaris
2001 Ocean’s Eleven
2000 Erin Brockovich
2002 Trafico (Traffic)
1999 L’Anglais
1998 Out of Sight
1996 Gray’s Anatomy
1996 Schizopolis
1995  Underneath
1993  Fallen Angels (TV)
1993  King of the Hill
1991  Kafka
1989 Sex, lies and videotapes
1987 Winston
1987 The Informant
1986  9012 Live 
2004  A Confederacy of Dunces (Designer y producer)
2002 Welcome to Collinwood (Screenwriter)
2003 Far from Heaven
2002 Insomnia (producer),
2002 Frar From heaven (Scriptwriter)
2002 Confessions of a dangerous mind (Script)
2001 Tribute (producer)
1998 Pleasantville (producer)
1998 Nightwatch (Designer)
1997 Mimic (Designer)
1996 The Daytrippers (producer)
1993 Suture (Producer)

Steven Soderbergh, 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating