Knowledge Identifier: +Quentin_Tarantino
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1963.
Countries: United States (56%), (10%), United Kingdom (7%)
Linked to: Lomita, California, Narbonne High School, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Screenplay, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Director
Bernard Herrmann - "Georgie's Theme" from Herrmann's score for the 1968 film "Twisted Nerve" is whistled by one-eyed nurse Elle Driver in the hospital corridor scene in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 1"
Bobby Womack - Film director Quentin Tarantino used "Across 110th Street" in the opening and closing sequences of his 1997 film "Jackie Brown"
Derek Ford - Ford's 1975 film "The Sexplorer" aka "The Girl From Starship Venus" garnered a famous fan in director Quentin Tarantino
Roger Christian (filmmaker) - Quentin Tarantino has described "The Sender" as his favorite horror film of 1982
Kirk Baltz - Baltz is best known for his role as Marvin Nash, an LAPD police officer in the famous torture scene of the 1992 Quentin Tarantino film "Reservoir Dogs"
Harvey Keitel - Keitel starred in Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" in 1992, where his performance as "Mr. White" took his career to a different level
Harvey Keitel - He appeared in the movie "The Piano" in 1993, and played an efficient clean-up expert Winston "The Wolf" Wolfe in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction"
The following films were released by Rolling Thunder Pictures: Chungking Express (1994, dir.
Kathy Griffin - Griffin made an appearance in Quentin Tarantino's 1994 film "Pulp Fiction" as a pedestrian coming to the aid of Marcellus Wallace after he is hit by a car driven by Butch Coolidge
Christopher Jones (actor) - He spurned offers to return to the screen, even after his personal fortunes and health declined, and passed on the role of Zed in Quentin Tarantino's groundbreaking "Pulp Fiction" in 1994
Maria de Medeiros - In 1994, Medeiros appeared in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction", playing Butch Coolidge's girlfriend, Fabienne
Bruce Willis - In 1994, he had a supporting role in Quentin Tarantino's acclaimed "Pulp Fiction", which gave a new boost to his career
Oliver Stone - Stone's film $Natural_Born_Killers (originally based on a screenplay by Quentin_Tarantino), released in 1994, received controversial recognition for its portrayal of violence, along with the intended satire on the media.
Top Gun - The masculine theme of the film has been the subject of humorous examination, with the homoerotic subtext examined in a monologue performed by Quentin Tarantino in the 1994 film "Sleep with Me"
Let's Stay Together (song) - The song was used in the Quentin Tarantino film "Pulp Fiction" , the 2004 film "Hellboy" and the 2005 film "Munich
Saints Row 2 - The story has a strong cultural and cinematic influence; developers have stated that the game's story was influenced by Quentin Tarantino's critically acclaimed 1994 film, "Pulp Fiction"
Dick Dale - The use of "Misirlou" in the 1994 Quentin Tarantino film "Pulp Fiction" gained him a new audience
Neil Diamond - Urge Overkill recorded a version of Diamond's "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon" for Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, released in 1994.
Pulp Fiction - "'Pulp Fiction"' is a 1994 American crime film directed by Quentin Tarantino, who co-wrote its screenplay with Roger Avary
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According to a 1995 Premiere magazine article, actor Denzel Washington confronted Tarantino on his usage of racial slurs in his pictures, but mentioned that Tarantino was a "fine artist.
Marta Sanchez - In 1996, Marta recorded "Obsession", a song for the movie "Curdled" produced by Quentin Tarantino
From Dusk till Dawn - "'From Dusk till Dawn"' is a 1996 American horror comedy-crime thriller film directed by Robert Rodriguez and written by Quentin Tarantino
Marco Ponti - In 1997 he attended a course for movie writers at the RAI Cinema Fiction School; in the same year he published a book dedicated to Quentin Tarantino
Bridget Fonda - In 1997, Fonda was on the same plane flight as Quentin Tarantino when he offered her the part of a beach babe in "Jackie Brown"
Julia Sweeney - Miramax released a film version of the show in 1998, directed by Sweeney and produced by Quentin Tarantino
April March - The song has since been featured in the 1999 campy teen comedy "But I'm a Cheerleader," and was brought to wider audiences in Quentin Tarantino's 2007 film "Death Proof"; it was used as the backing music to television advertisements for the Renault Twingo in the UK and in France in 2008
Iron Man (2008 film) - In May 1999, Jeffrey Caine was hired to rewrite Vintar and Lee's script, while in October 1999, Quentin Tarantino was approached to write and direct the film
In the 2002 Sight & Sound Directors' poll, Tarantino revealed his top-twelve films: The Good,_the_Bad_and_the_Ugly; Rio Bravo; Taxi Driver; His Girl Friday; Rolling Thunder; They All Laughed; The Great Escape; Carrie; Coffy; Dazed and Confused; Five Fingers of Death; and Hi Diddle Diddle.
David Carradine - Carradine enjoyed a revival of his fame when he was cast in Quentin Tarantino's sequential "Kill Bill" movies, in 2003 and 2004
Julie Dreyfus - Dreyfus portrayed the character of Sofie Fatale in Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film, "Kill Bill Volume 1"
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood - It became widely popular with a later generation after its inclusion in the 2003 Quentin Tarantino film "Kill Bill Vol. 1", where its instrumental passage plays over the duel between The Bride and O-Ren Ishii, and the accompanying "Kill Bill Vol. 1 Original Soundtrack", where it is incorporated in a full vocal form that runs over ten minutes
Ennio Morricone - The 2003 Quentin Tarantino film "Kill Bill" Volumes 1 & 2 makes extensive use of several Morricone pieces from several 1960s film scores
Eli Roth - In his 2004 Premiere Magazine interview for "Kill Bill," Quentin Tarantino called "Cabin Fever" his favorite new film and Roth "the future of horror
Outkast - Benjamin was a member of Quentin Tarantino and Lawrence Bender's production company A Band Apart until its close in 2006; he formed his own company, Moxie Turtle
Kurt Russell - In 2006, he appeared in the disaster-thriller "Poseidon", and in 2007 Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof" segment from the film "Grindhouse"
Sydney Tamiia Poitier - In 2007, Poitier starred in "Death Proof", director Quentin Tarantino's segment of the movie "Grindhouse" as radio DJ Jungle Julia
Eli Roth - In 2007, Roth directed the faux trailer segment "Thanksgiving" for "Grindhouse" in addition to appearing in "Death Proof", Quentin Tarantino's segment of the film
Edgar Wright - In 2007, Wright directed a fake trailer insert for Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's "Grindhouse", called "Don't"
Cinemanila International Film Festival - In 2007, director Quentin Tarantino and Thai director Chatrichalerm Yukol were among the Lifetime Achievement recipients
Rafe Spall - Spall was featured in Wright's segment in the 2007 Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez film "Grindhouse"
Stelvio Cipriani - The main theme was recycled by Cipriani for the score for "Tentacoli" and was brought to the public's attention again in 2007 when it was featured in Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof"
Death Proof - "'Death Proof"' is a 2007 American action-exploitation film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino
Larry Bishop - His most recent movies are 2008's "Hell Ride", in collaboration with Quentin Tarantino, and 2010's "Forgotten Pills"
Pulp Fiction - Several scenes and images from the film achieved iconic status; in 2008, "Entertainment Weekly" declared, "You'd be hard-pressed, by now, to name a moment from Quentin Tarantino's film that isn't iconic
Among his current producing credits are the horror flick Hostel, the adaptation of Elmore Leonard's Killshot (for which Tarantino was credited as an executive producer although Taratino was no longer associated with the film after its 2009 release.
Enzo G. Castellari - Castellari cameoed as a German mortar squad commander in his film "The Inglorious Bastards"; and Quentin Tarantino cast Castellari in the cameo role of a German general in his film "Inglourious Basterds" which was inspired by Castellari's 1978 film
Saving Private Ryan - Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has expressed admiration for the film and has cited it as an influence on his 2009 war epic, "Inglourious Basterds"
Lilian Harvey - In Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film "Inglourious Basterds", Lillian Harvey's duet with Willy Fritsch from the 1936 film "Glückskinder", Ich wollt' ich wär ein Huhn can be heard playing on a phonograph in the basement scene "La Louisiane" as well as in the extended scene "Lunch With Goebbels", as Joseph Goebbels happily sings a portion of the song after deciding to hold a private screening of the film
Mike Myers - In 2009 he did another non-comedic role, as British General Ed Fenech, in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds"
Diane Kruger - In 2009, she co-starred as a German actress turned Allied spy in Quentin Tarantino's film "Inglourious Basterds"
Hunger (2008 film) - The film was named the "Best Film of 2009" by the Toronto Film Critics Association *awards; it shared the *award with Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds"
Hans Landa - "'Colonel Hans Landa"' is the prime villain in the 2009 Quentin Tarantino film "Inglourious Basterds"
In March 2010, Tarantino was awarded the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic along with Lucy Liu and Andy Vajna for producing the 2006 movie Freedom's Fury.
Tim Lucas - In the aforementioned "Il Fatto Quotidiano" interview of 2010, Quentin Tarantino hailed "Mario Bava All the Colors of the Dark" as "the best book on films ever written
Sam Raimi - On Thursday, August 5, 2010, it was reported that Quentin Tarantino - who was attached as a co-writer for the script - was attached to direct as well
In 2011, production began on Django Unchained, about the revenge of a slave on his former master.
Jonah Hill - In 2011, it was announced that Hill was in talks to appear in Quentin Tarantino's movie "Django Unchained"
James Remar - In September 2011 it was announced that Remar would be starring in Quentin Tarantino's new film "Django Unchained"
Tom Wopat - In September 2011 it was announced that Wopat would take on a relatively small role in Quentin Tarantino's new film "Django Unchained"
Kerry Washington - In October 2011, it was confirmed that she would be starring in Quentin Tarantino's new film "Django Unchained"
Michael K. Williams - In November 2011 it was announced that Quentin Tarantino has written a new character into the script of his new film "Django Unchained"
Dennis Christopher - Christopher played a character named Leonide Moguy in Quentin Tarantino's film "Django Unchained", released on Christmas Day, 2012
John Jarratt - He made a cameo in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" in 2012, appearing as an employee of the Le Quint Dickie Mining Company alongside Tarantino himself, both appearing with Australian accents
Django (film) - In Quentin Tarantino's 2012 film "Django Unchained", Nero plays a small role as Amerigo Vassepi, an owner of a slave engaged in Mandingo fighting with a slave owned by Leonardo DiCaprio's character
Django (film) - Nero has a cameo role in Quentin Tarantino's 2012 film "Django Unchained", an homage to the original classic
Kate Nash - Nash released her EP Death Proof in November 2012, with the first single being 'Death Proof', a song inspired the Quentin Tarantino film of the same title
Samuel L. Jackson - Jackson appeared in Quentin Tarantino's film, "Django Unchained", which was released December 25, 2012
When asked in 2013 by Britain's "Channel 4 News" reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy "Why are you so sure that there's no link between enjoying movie violence and enjoying real violence-", Tarantino responded by saying, "I refuse your question
Christopher Nolan - A survey of 17 academics held in 2013, regarding which filmmakers had been referenced the most in essays and dissertations marked over the last five years, showed that Nolan was the second-most studied director in the UK after Quentin Tarantino and ahead of Alfred Hitchcock, Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg
Kick-Ass 2 (film) - Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino named the film as one of the ten best he had seen in 2013
Krishnan Guru-Murthy - In January 2013, Guru-Murthy interviewed Quentin Tarantino who was promoting his new film, "Django Unchained"
On May 28, Tarantino said that he had calmed down and would start filming "The Hateful Eight" in November in Colorado, with all the cast members from the script reading and with a possible 2015 release date
In 2016 he won a Biao Adza Film award for Best Screenplay for the movie The Hateful Eight