Albert, together with brother David Maysles, are the documentary filmmaking team credited with founding "direct cinema" with films including, "Salesman" (1968), "Gimme Shelter" (1970) and "Grey Gardens" (1976).
Since David Maysles dead in 1987, Albert has continued to make films on his own and, in
Paul Greengrass is an English writer and director who is known for specialising in docu-drama and his partiular hand-held camera style. He started out directing made-for tv movies, and co-authored a book called Spycatcher that the British government tried unsuccessfully to ban. But he came to prom
Initially a photographer, Agnès Varda has been making films since 1956, and is one of the few women associated with the French New Wave, though more accurately, work by Varda belongs more precisely to the complementary Rive Gauche (Left Bank Cinema) movement, along with Chris Marker, Alain Resnais,
Laurence "Larry" Wachowski (born June 21, 1965) and Andrew Paul "Andy" Wachowski (born December 29, 1967), collectively known as The Wachowski Brothers, are American film directors, writers and producers, most famous for creating The Matrix series. Their most recent project was producing, writing and