Oliver Stone

(b. 1946) American film director, screenwriter, and producer

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Stone, Oliver (1946)

Stone, Oliver (1946– )

Stone, Oliver William

Stanley Weiser and Oliver Stone 1946– 

Stanley Weiser and Oliver Stone 1946– 

The cinema of Oliver Stone Art, authorship and activism

Stanley Weiser and Oliver Stone 1946– 

STONE, William Oliver (1830 - 1875), Painter

Stanley Weiser and Oliver Stone 1946– 

Stanley Weiser and Oliver Stone 1946– 

Oliver Stone and the Decade of Trauma

Oliver Stone’s Aristotle: heroism, displacement, and Aristotelian form in Alexander

Nixon. Produced by Dan Halsted, Eric Hamburg, Oliver Stone, and Clayton Townsend; directed by Oliver Stone. Screenplay by Stephen J. Rivele, Oliver Hamburg, Oliver Stone, and Clayton Townsend. 1995; color; 190 minutes. Distributor: Buena Vista Pictures

Alexander. Directed by Oliver Stone; produced by Moritz Borman, Jon Kilik, Thomas Schuhly, Iain Smith, and Oliver Stone; written by Oliver Stone, Christopher Kyle, and Laeta Kalogridis. United States. 2004; color; 176 minutes. Distributed by Warner Brothers Pictures (Intermedia Films)

The People vs. Larry Flynt Prod. by Oliver Stone and dir. by Milos Fbrman, 1996

Nixon: An Oliver Stone Film. Ed. by Eric Hamburg. (New York: Hyperion, 1995. 557 pp. Paper, $14.95, ISBN 0-7868-8157-7.)

W. Dir. by Oliver Stone. Prod. by Bill Block, Moritz Borman, Paul Hanson, and Eric Kopeloff. Ixtlan and Onda Entertainment, 2008. 131 mins. (http://www.wthefilm.com)

Oliver Stone's USA: Film, History, and Controversy. Ed. by Robert Brent Toplin. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2000. vi, 335 pp. $34.95, ISBN 0-7006-1035-9.)

Evita. Produced by Robert Stigwood, Alan Parker, and Andrew G. Vajna; directed by Alan Parker; screenplay by Alan Parker and Oliver Stone; music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. 1996; color; 118 minutes. Distributor: CINERGI/Hollywood Pictures

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(1946– ) US film director and screenwriter.

Stone achieved commercial success with his film about the Vietnam War, Platoon (1987), for which he won an Academy Award for best director. Other ...

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