Gary Winick

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gary Winick (March 31, 1961 – February 27, 2011) was an American film director and producer who directed films such as Tadpole (2002) and 13 Going on 30 (2004). He also produced films including Pieces of April (2003) for which Patricia Clarkson was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and November (2004) through his New York City-based independent film production company InDigEnt (founded in 1999; stands for Independent Digital Entertainment). He won the 2003 Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award for producing Personal Velocity. Winick directed the live action remake of Charlotte's Web starring Dakota Fanning. It was released on December 15, 2006. His most recent films were Bride Wars and Letters to Juliet. For his primary and high school education Winick attended Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School in the New York City borough of Manhattan (where he was born), graduating in 1979. He is a 1984 graduate of Tufts University and went on to receive Master of Fine Arts degree from both the University of Texas at Austin and the AFI Conservatory. Description above from the Wikipedia article Gary Winick, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Known For

Birth Location New York City, New York, USA
Born 1961-03-31
Died 2011-02-27
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Movies

2010
Bride Wars Director
2009
Charlotte's Web Director
2006
Lonesome Jim Producer
2005
Sorry, Haters Producer
2005
November Producer
2005
Land of Plenty Producer
2004
13 Going on 30 Director
2004
Pieces of April Producer
2003
Kill the Poor Producer
2003
Tadpole Producer
2002
Tadpole Director
2002
Chelsea Walls Producer
2002
2002
Tape Producer
2001
Sam the Man Director
2001
The Tic Code Director
2000
Baby Steps Editor
1999
Dead Broke Editor
1998
Sweet Nothing Director
1995
Punk Editor
1993
Out of the Rain Director
1991
Curfew Director
1989