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Alex Proyas

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Alex Proyas

Egyptian-born Greek-Australian film director, screenwriter, and producer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1963.

Countries: United States (67%), Australia (17%), Japan (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: The Crow (1994 film), Isaac Asimov, Gods of Egypt (film)

Linked to: Australian Film Television and Radio School




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Alex Proyas was born in 1963 add something


Proyas' first feature film was the independent science fiction thriller "Spirits of the Air, Gremlins of the Clouds", which was nominated for two Australian Film Institute awards in 1988, for costume design and production design and which won a Special Prize at the 1990 Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival add something


Lee was killed in an accident during filming, only eight days before the completion of the film on 31 March 1993 add something


At the 1994 Cannes Film Festival, Proyas was nominated for a Golden Palm award for his short film, "Book of Dreams: 'Welcome to Crateland" add something


Next, Proyas directed the 1994 superhero fantasy thriller "The Crow" starring Brandon Lee add something


"The Crow" was released in May 1994 and was a box office and critical success add something


The Crow (1994 film) - "'The Crow"' is a 1994 American fantasy action film directed by Alex Proyas, written by David J. Schow and John Shirley, and starring Brandon Lee in his final film appearance


Proyas wrote, directed and produced the 1998 science fiction thriller "Dark City", which had disappointing box office results despite very positive critical reception and winning several awards add something


In 2004, he directed "I, Robot", a science fiction film suggested by the Isaac Asimov short story compilation "I, Robot" add something


Bridget Moynahan - In 2004, Moynahan starred alongside Will Smith in Alex Proyas' science fiction movie "I, Robot", loosely based on Isaac Asimov's short story collection of the same name


Jurassic World - In June 2004, it was reported that Alex Proyas was in discussions to direct, with filming expected to begin in March 2005 for a re-scheduled winter 2005 release


Dracula Untold - In 2007, director Alex Proyas was hired by Universal Studios to direct the film "Dracula: Year Zero"


Proyas' most recent film, the thriller "Knowing", began production in Melbourne in March 2008 and opened in North America in March 2009 add something


Terry Camilleri - In 2009 Camilleri appeared in the film "Knowing" directed by Alex Proyas


Nicolas Cage - In 2009, Cage starred in science fiction thriller Knowing, directed by Alex Proyas.


Ben Mendelsohn - In 2009, he appeared in the American science fiction film "Knowing" directed by Alex Proyas


Both Proyas and Cooper were on hand to debut concept art at ComicCon 2011, but the project was ultimately cancelled over budgetary concerns related to the effects add something


In late 2012, it was revealed that Proyas was slated as director of the science fiction thriller film adaptation of the Daniel H. Wilson novel "Amped" add something


Gods of Egypt (film) - On May 17, 2012, Summit Entertainment set Alex Proyas to direct the epic fantasy film


Gods of Egypt (film) - In response to criticisms of its casting practice, director Alex Proyas and Lionsgate issued apologies in late November 2015 for not considering diversity; Lionsgate said it would strive to do better