PHIL ALDEN ROBINSON
Phil Alden Robinson (born in Long Beach, Long Island, New York, USA on 1 March 1950) is an American film director and writer who directed Field of Dreams in 1989. It earned him an Oscar for Best Screenplay Adaptation and he won the Directors Guild of America Award as well as the Writers Guild of America Award (the movie was nominated for Best Picture and Best Original Score at the Oscars). The next film he directed was the 1992 suspense/thriller/ crime fiction Sneakers, which was nominated for an Edgar award. He did the television film Freedom Song in 2000, which won numerous awards. He also received an Emmy Award for his participation in the miniseries Band of Brothers (2001). In 2002 he directed the action/adventure/suspense thriller The Sum of All Fears. Phil Robinson is currently working as vice-president of the academy of arts and sciences of motion pictures.
"If you build it he will come ..." Just like Ray Kinsella, the character played by Kevin Costner in Field of Dreams, a voice (or rather my intuition) led me to create the Association and the James Horner Film Music website. Every minute, every hour spent working for this project was partly guided by an objective I held close in my heart: publish a new, previously unreleased conversation with James Horner. I gave myself five years to get there. Next January we will celebrate four years of JHFM... Unlike the composer, who never listens again to his old music and who never
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