Christine Vachon
Sundance Film Festival
(Movies & TV)
Bob Dylan
Patricia Highsmith
Christian Bale
(Movies & TV)
Cate Blanchett
(Movies & TV)
Bard College

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Todd Haynes

Knowledge Identifier: +Todd_Haynes


Todd Haynes

American independent film director and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1961.

Countries: United States (56%), (14%), England (12%)

Main connections: Christine Vachon, Sundance Film Festival, Bob Dylan

Linked to: American Family Association, Brown University, HBO, PBS




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Todd Haynes was born in 1961 add something


Filmed and set mostly in England, the film was an intentionally chaotic tribute to the 1970s glam rock era, drawing heavily on the rock histories and mythologies of glam rockers David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed add something


Slade flirts with bisexuality and decadence before staging his own death in a live performance and disappearing from the scene, echoing Bowie's own disavowal of glam rock in the late 1970s and his subsequent re-creation as an avowedly heterosexual pop star add something


Gere plays a reclusive character called Billy, retreating from the world in an American pastoral, referencing Dylan's interest in American folk mythology and his performance in Sam Peckinpah's 1973 film Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid; the sequence alludes to Dylan's period of exile living in Woodstock in the late 1960s and early 1970s add something


Christine Vachon - Vachon graduated from Brown University in 1983, where she met fellow alums director Todd Haynes and Barry Ellsworth


In 1987, while an MFA student at Bard College, Haynes made a short, "Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story", which chronicles the life of American pop singer Karen Carpenter, using Barbie dolls as actors add something


Haynes' 1991 feature film debut, "Poison", garnered Haynes further acclaim and controversy add something


March 1991 "Poison" went on to win the 1991 Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize, establishing Haynes as an emerging talent and the voice of a new transgressive generation add something


Christine Vachon - Sundance Film Festival - Christine Vachon produced Todd Haynes' controversial first feature, "Poison", which was *awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the 1991 Sundance Film Festival


Christian Bale - Bale provided the voice for Thomas, a young compatriot of Captain John Smith, in Disney's "Pocahontas" and in 1997 played Arthur Stuart in "Velvet Goldmine", Todd Haynes' tribute to glam rock


In 2003, Haynes was honored with the Filmmaker on the Edge award at the Provincetown International Film Festival add something


Jesse Garcia - Garcia starred in the award-winning film "QuinceaƱera", written and directed by Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer with executive producer Todd Haynes, which won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival in the Dramatic Independent Feature Competition


The film debuted at the 2007 Telluride Film Festival and won widespread critical acclaim add something


Richard Gere - By 2007, Gere was co-starring with Jesse Eisenberg and Terrence Howard in "The Hunting Party" as well as with Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, and Cate Blanchett in Todd Haynes' semi-biographical film about Bob Dylan, "I'm Not There"


Richie Havens - In 2007, Havens appeared as "Old Man Arvin" in the Todd Haynes film "I'm Not There"


I'm Not There - "'I'm Not There"' is a 2007 biographical musical film directed by Todd Haynes, inspired by the life and music of American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan


Kate Winslet - In 2011, Winslet headlined in the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce, a small screen adaptation of James M. Cain's 1941 novel of the same name, directed by Todd Haynes.


Cologne Conference - Todd Haynes was *awarded the TV Spielfilm *award in 2011 for his extraordinary re-imagination of "Mildred Pierce" and the Cologne Film *award was presented to Tarsem Singh


An edited book of personal interviews was published in 2014, entitled "Todd Haynes Interviews" add something


Haynes will receive the Director Tribute at the 2015 Gotham Independent Film awards add something


The film premiered in competition at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and will be distributed by the Weinstein Company in December 2015 add something


Christine Vachon - Vachon continued her long-standing collaboration with Todd Haynes for the 2015 film, "Carol


Patricia Highsmith - "The Price of Salt" was adapted in 2015 by Todd Haynes as "Carol", with Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara


Carrie Brownstein - She played Genevieve Cantrell in the Todd Haynes movie Carol, which is a film adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel The Price of Salt and set to be released in the on November 20, 2015


Julianne Moore - As of January 2016, Moore has committed to star in a film adaptation of Brian Selznick's children's novel "Wonderstruck", which will reteam her with director Todd Haynes


When asked why he'd made a children's movie, in his October 15, 2017 NPR interview, Haynes explained, "I felt like it spoke to something indomitable about the nature of kids and the ability for kids to be confronted with challenges and the unknown and to keep muscling through those challenges add something


On October 20, 2017, Haynes's "Wonderstruck" was released, having premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival on May 18, 2017 add something


Principal photography began in January 2019, in Cincinnati add something


It is scheduled to be released on November 22, 2019 add something