Knowledge Identifier: +Julie_Taymor
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1952.
Countries: United States (25%), United Kingdom (18%), Japan (8%)
Linked to: Field Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Victoria and Albert Museum, Marvel Studios
Taymor graduated from Oberlin College with a major in mythology and folklore and Phi Beta Kappa honors in 1974
She met her long-time collaborator, Elliot Goldenthal, in 1980
Cicely Berry - Including serving as "dialogue coach" on "The Last Emperor" ; "dialogue coach" on "Stealing Beauty" ; and as "voice specialist" on Julie Taymor's 1999 film, "Titus"
Taymor went on to direct the film adaptation of the opera Oedipus Rex, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won the Jury award at the Montreal Festival of Film on Art. Broadcast internationally in 1993, the film garnered an Emmy award and the 1994 International Classical Music award for Best Opera Production
Titus Andronicus - Director Julie Taymor, who staged a production Off-Broadway in 1994 and directed a film version in 1999, says she was drawn to the play because she found it to be the most "relevant of Shakespeare's plays for the modern era
Francoise Bonnot - Since 1997, Bonnot has edited the films directed by Julie Taymor, who had been known primarily as a stage director
Titus Andronicus - Much as Julie Taymor would do in her 1999 filmic adaptation, Howell set Young Lucius as the centre of the production to prompt the question "What are we doing to the children-" At the end of the play, as Lucius delivers his final speech, the camera stays on Young Lucius rather than his father, who is in the far background and out of focus, as he stares in horror at the coffin of Aaron's child
Elliot Goldenthal - He is a film-music composer, and won the Academy *award for Best Original Score in 2002 for his score to the motion picture "Frida", directed by his long-time partner Julie Taymor
Over a decade later, Taymor premiered The Magic Flute at the Metropolitan Opera in 2004
In 2007, "The Lion King" was performed in Johannesburg, and had its first French language production in Paris
In 2008, Le Roi Lion was awarded Best Costume Design, Best Lighting Design, and Best Musical at the Molière awardss, the national theatre awards of France
Elliot Goldenthal - In 2008 Goldenthal reunited with Michael Mann to score 1930s gangster movie "Public Enemies" and in 2009 he scored another Julie Taymor Shakespeare adaptation, "The Tempest"
In a March 14, 2011, piece by Roger Friedman, it was reported that Taymor will receive her original "Spider-Man" credits, with sources saying that "Spider-Man" producer Michael Cohl and Bono did bring in a script doctor, music supervisor and other new members for the creative team
Taryn Fiebig - In 2012, Fiebig added the role of Pamina in Julie Taymor's English-language production of "The Magic Flute" for Opera Australia to her repertoire