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David Roche

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David Roche

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Feature Films

1The Sugarland Express. Written by Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins. With Goldie Hawn (Lou Jean Sparrow Poplin), Ben Johnson (Cattain Harlana Tanner) and Michael Sacks (Officer Maxwell Slide). Cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond. Editing by Edward M. Abroms and Verna Fields. Music by John Williams. Universal Pictures, Zanuck/Brown Productions, 1974.

2Jaws. Written by Peter Benchley and Carl Gottlieb, based on Benchley’s novel. With Roy Scheider (Brody), Richard Dreyfuss (Hooper), Robert Shaw (Quint), Lorraine Gary (Ellen Brody) and Murray Hamilton (Vaughn). Cinematography by Bill Butler. Editing by Verna Fields. Music by John Williams. Zanuck/Brown Productions, Universal Pictures, 1975.

3Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Written by Steven Spielberg. With Richard Dreyfuss (Roy Neary), François Truffaut (Claude Lacombe), Teri Garr (Ronnie Neary), Melinda Dillon (Jillian Guiler) and Bob Balaban (David Laughlin). Cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Columbia Pictures, EMI Films, Judith Phillips and Michael Phillips Productions, 1977.

41941. Written by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, based on a story by Zemeckis and George Milius. With Dan Aykroyd (Sgt. Fran Tree), Ned Beatty (Ward Douglas), John Belushi (Captain Wild Bill Kelso), Lorraine Gary (Joan Douglas), Murray Hamilton (Claude Grumn), Christopher Lee (Captain Wolfgang von Kleinschmidt) and Toshirô Mifune (Commander Akiro Mitamura). Cinematography by William A. Fraker. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, A-Team, 1979.

5Raiders of the Lost Ark. Written by Lawrence Kasdan, based on a story by George Lucas and Philip Kaufman. With Harrison Ford (Indiana Jones), Karen Allen (Marion Ravenwood), Paul Freeman (Dr René Belloq), Ronald Lacey (Major Arnold Toht) and John Rhys-Davies (Sallah). Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe. Editing by Michael Kahn (and George Lucas). Music by John Williams. Paramount Pictures, Lucasfilm, 1981.

6E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Written by Melissa Mathison, based on a story by Spielberg. With Dee Wallace (Mary), Henry Thomas (Elliott), Peter Coyote (Keys), Robert MacNaughton (Michael) and Drew Barrymore (Gertie). Cinematography by Allen Daviau. Editing by Carol Littleton. Music by John Williams. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, 1982.

7Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Written by Williard Huyck and Gloria Katz, based on a story by George Lucas. With Harrison Ford (Indiana Jones), Kate Capshaw (Willie Scott), Jonathan Ke Quan (Short Round) and Amrish Puri (Mola Ram). Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe. Editing by Michael Kahn (and George Lucas). Music by John Williams. Paramount Pictures, Lucasfilm, 1984.

8The Color Purple. Written by Menno Meyjes, based on the novel by Alice Walker. With Whoopi Goldberg (Celie Johnson), Danny Glover (Albert), Margaret Avery (Shug Avery), Oprah Winfrey (Sofia), Williard E. Pugh (Harpo Johnson) and Akosua Busia (Nettie Harris). Cinematography by Allen Daviau. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by Quincy Jones. Amblin Entertainment, The Gubler-Peters Company, Warner Bros., 1985.

9Empire of the Sun. Written by Tom Stoppard, based on the novel by J.G. Ballard. With Christian Bale (Jim), John Malkovich (Basie), Miranda Richarson (Mrs Victor), Nigel Havers (Dr Rawlins) and Joe Pantoliano (Frank Demarest). Cinematography by Allen Daviau. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Amblin Entertainment, Warner Bros. 1987.

10Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Written by Jeffrey Boam, based on a story by Georges Lucas and Menno Meyjes. With Harrison Ford (Indiana Jones), Sean Connery (Professor Henry Jones), Denholm Elliott (Marcus Brody), Allison Doody (Elsa) and John Rhys-Davies (Sallah). Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe. Editing by Michael Kahn (and George Lucas). Music by John Williams. Paramount Pictures, Lucasfilm, 1989.

11Always. Written by Jerry Belson, based on the screenplay of A Guy Named Joe by Frederick Hazlitt Brenna and Dalton Trumbo, based on a story by Chandler Sprague and David Boehm. With Richard Dreyfuss (Pete Sandich), Holly Hunter (Dorinda Durston) and Brad Johnson (Ted Baker). Cinematography by Mikael Salomon. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Universal Pictures, United Artists, Amblin Entertainment, U-Drive Productions, 1989.

12Hook. Written by James V. Hart and Malia Scotch Marmo, based on the work of J.M. Barrie. With Dustin Hoffman (Captain Hook), Robin Williams (Peter Banning), Julia Roberts (Tinkerbell), Bob Hoskins (Smee) and Maggie Smith (Granny Wendy). Cinematography by Dean Cundey. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Amblin Entertainment, Tristar Pictures, 1991.

13Jurassic Park. Written by Michael Crichton and David Koepp, based on Crichton’s novel. With Sam Neill (Grant), Laura Dern (Ellie), Jeff Goldblum (Malcolm), Richard Attenborough (Hammond), Bob Peck (Muldoon) and Martin Ferrero (Gennaro). Cinematography by Dean Cundey. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, 1993.

14Schindler’s List. Written by Steven Zaillian, based on the book by Thomas Keneally. With Liam Nesson (Oskar Schindler), Ben Kingsley (Itzhak Stern), Ralph Fiennes (Amon Goeth) and Caroline Goodall (Emilie Schindler). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, 1993.

15The Lost World: Jurassic Park II. Written by David Koepp, based on the novel by Michael Chrichton. With Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcolm), Julianne Moore (Sarah Harding), Pete Postlethwaite (Roland Tembo), Arliss Howard (Peter Ludlow), Richard Attenborough (John Hammond) and Vince Vaughn (Nick Van Owen). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Digital Image Associates, 1997.

16Amistad. Written by David Franzoni. With Morgan Freeman (Theodore Joadson), Nigel Hawthorne (Martin Van Buren), Anthony Hopkins (John Quincy Adams), Dijmon Hounsou (Cinque), Matthew McConaughey (Roger Sherman Baldwin) and Pete Postlethwaite (Holabird). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. DreamWorks SKG, HBO, 1997.

17Saving Private Ryan. Written by Robert Rodat. With Tom Hanks (Captain Miller), Tom Sizemore (Sergeant Horvath), Edward Burns (Private Reiben), Barry Pepper (Private Jackson), Adam Goldberg (Private Mellish), Vin Diesel (Private Caparzo) and Matt Damon (Private Ryan). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. DreamWorks SKG, Paramount Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, 1998.

18A.I. Artificial Intelligence. Written by Ian Watson and Steven Spielberg, based on “Supertoys Last All Summer Long” by Brian Aldiss. With Haley Joel Osment (David), Frances O’Connor (Monica Swinton), Sam Robards (Henry Swinton), Jake Thomas (Martin Swinton), Jude Law (Gigolo Joe) and William Hurt (Professor Hobby). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Warner Bros., DreamWorks SKG, Amblin Entertainment, Stanley Kubrick Productions, 2001.

19Minority Report. Written by Scott Frank and Jon Cohen, based on the short story by Philip K. Dick. With Tom Cruise (Chief John Anderton), Max von Sydow (Director Lamar Burgess), Steve Harris (Jad), Neal McDonough (Fletcher) and Samantha Morton (Agatha). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Twentieth Century Fox, DreamWorks SKG, Cruise/Wagner Productions, Blue Tulip Productions, Ronald Shusett/Gary Goldman, Amblin Entertainment, Digital Image Associates, 2002.

20Catch Me If You Can. Written by Jeff Nathanson, based on the book by Frank Abagnale, Jr. With Leonardo DiCaprio (Frank Abagnale Jr), Tom Hanks (Carl Hanratty), Christopher Walken (Frank Abagnale), Martin Sheen (Roger Strong), Nathalie Baye (Paula Abagnale), Amy Adams (Brenda Strong) and James Brolin (Jack Barnes). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. DreamWorks SKG, Kemp Company, Splendid Pictures, Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation, Amblin Entertainment, Muse Entertainment Enterprises, 2002.

21The Terminal. Written by Sacha Gervasi and Jeff Nathanson, based on a story by Andrew Niccol and Sacha Gervasi. With Tom Hanks (Viktor Navorski), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Amelia Warren), Stanley Tucci (Frank Dixon) and Chi McBride (Mulroy). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. DreamWorks SKG, Amblin Entertainment, Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation, 2004.

22War of the Worlds. Written by Josh Friedman and David Koepp, based on the novel by H.G. Wells. With Tom Cruise (Ray Ferrier), Dakota Fanning (Rachel Ferrir), Miranda Otto (Mary Anna), Justin Chatwin (Robbie) and Tim Robbins (Harlan Ogilvy). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks SKG, Amblin Entertainment, Cruise/Wagner Productions, 2005.

23Munich. Written by Tony Kushner and Eric Roth, based on the book by George Jonas. With Eric Bana (Avner), Daniel Craig (Steve), Ciarán Hinds (Carl), Mathieu Kassovitz (Robert), Hanns Zischler (Hans) and Geoffrey Rush (Ephraim). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. DreamWorks SKG, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Barry Mendel Productions, Alliance Atlantis Communications, Peninsula Films 2005.

24Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Written by David Koepp, based on a story by Georges Lucas and Jeff Nathanson. With Harrison Ford (Indiana Jones), Cate Blanchett (Irina Spalko), Karen Allen (Marion Ravenwood), Shia LaBeouf (Mutt Williams), Ray Winstone (“Mac” George Michale) and John Hurt (Professor Oakley). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Paramount Pictures, Lucasfilm, 2008.

25The Adventures of Tintin. Written by Steven Moffat, Edward Wright and Joe Cornish, based on the comic books series by Hergé. With Jamie Bell (Tintin), Andy Serkis (Captain Haddock / Sir Francis Haddock), Daniel Craig (Sakharine / Red Rackham), Nick Frost (Thomson) and Simon Pegg (Thompson). Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, WingNut Films, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Hemisphere Media Capital, Nickelodeon Movies, 2011.

26War Horse. Written by Lee Hall and Richard Curtis, based on the stage play by Nick Stafford and the novel by Michael Morpugo. With Jeremy Irvine (Albert Narracott), Peter Mullan (Ted Narracot), Emily Watson (Rose Narracott), David Thewlis (Lyons), Tom Hiddleston (Captain Nicholls) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Major Jamie Stewart). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. DreamWorks SKG, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, 2011.

27Lincoln. Written by Tony Kushner, based on the book by Doris Kearns Goodwin. With Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln), Sally Field (Mary Todd Lincoln), David Strathairn (William Seward), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Robert Lincoln), James Spader (W.N. Bilbo) and Tommy Lee Jones (Thaddeus Stevens). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. DreamWorks SKG, Twentieth Century Fox, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Dune Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Walt Disney Studios, 2012.

28Bridge of Spies. Written by Matt Charman, Ethan and Joel Coen. With Tom Hanks (James B. Donovan) and Mark Rylance (Rudolf Abel). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by Thomas Newman. Amblin Entertainment, Dreamworks SKG, Fox 2000 Pictures, Marc Platt Productions, Participant Media, Reliance Entertainment, Studio Babelsberg, TSG Entertainment, 2015.

29The BFG. Written by Melissa Mathison, based on the children’s book by Roald Dahl. With Mark Rylance (BFG), Ruby Barnhill (Sophie), Penelope Wilton (The Queen), Jemaine Clement (Fleshlumpeater) and Rebecca Hall (Mary). Cinematography by Janusz Kaminski. Editing by Michael Kahn. Music by John Williams. Amblin Entertainment, Walt Disney Pictures, Walden Media, DreamWorks SKG, Reliance Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, 2016.

Selected TV Productions

30S1E24 (“The Daredevil Gesture”) of Marcus Welby, M.D. Episode directed by Steven Spielberg. Show created by David Victor. Universal Television, ABC, 1969–1976.

31S1E0 and S1E4 (segments “Eyes” and “Make Me Laugh”) of Night Gallery. Episodes directed by Steven Spielberg. Universal Television, NBC, 1969–1973.

32S3E16 (“L.A. 2017”) of The Name of the Game. Episode directed by Steven Spielberg. Universal Television, NBC, 1968–1971.

33S1E2 and S1E6 (“The Private World of Martin Dalton” and “Par for the Course”) of The Psychiatrist. Episodes directed by Steven Spielberg. Universal Television, NBC, 1970. “Par for the Course” re-edited for The Visionary (1990).

34S1E1 (“Murder by the Book”) of Columbo. Episode directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Steven Bochco. Created by Richard Levinson. NBC Universal Television, 1971–2003.

35S1E3 (“Eulogy for a Wide Receiver”) of Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law. Episode directed by Steven Spielberg. Created by Jerry McNeely and David Victor. Universal Television, ABC, 1971-1974.

36Duel. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Written by Richard Matheson, based on his short story. With Dennis Weaver (David Mann). Cinematography by Jack A. Marta. Editing by Frank Morriss. Universal Television, ABC, 1971.

37Something Evil. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Written by Robert Clouse. With Sandy Dennis (Marjorie Worden), Darren McGavin (Paul Worden) and Ralph Bellamy (Harry Lincoln). Cinematography by Bill Butler. Editing by Allan Jacobs. Music by Wladimir Selinsky. Belford Productions, CBS Entertainment, 1972.

38Savage. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Written by Mark Rodgers, William Link and Richard Levinson. With Martin Landau (Paul Savage), Barbara Vain (Gail Abbott) and Will Geer (Joel Ryker). Cinematography by Bill Butler. Editing by Edward M. Abroms and Steven Spielberg. Music by Gil Melle. Universal Television, NBC, 1973.

39Amazing Stories. Created by Steven Spielberg, Joshua Brand and John Falsey. Episodes S1E1 (“Ghost Train”), S1E2 (“The Main Attraction”) and S1E5 (“The Mission”) directed by Steven Spielberg. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Amblin Entertainment, Universal Television, NBC, 1985–1987.

40Fievel’s American Tails. Created by David Kirschner. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Nelvana, Universal Cartoon Studios, Amblin Television, Amblimation, Amblin Entertainment, CBS, 1992.

41SeaQuest DSV. Created by Rockne S. O’ Bannon. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Amblin Entertainment, Universal Television, NBC, 1993-1996.

42High Incident. Created by Eric Bogosian, Dave Alan Johnson, Michael Pavone and Steven Spielberg. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. ABC, Donwell Productions, DreamWorks SKG, 1996–1997.

43Toonsylvania. Created by Bill Kopp and Chris Otsuki. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. DreamWorks Animation, DreamWorks SKG, CBS, 1998–2000.

44Band of Brothers. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. DreamWorks SKG, DreamWorks Television, HBO Films, Playtone, BBC, 2001.

45Taken. Created by Leslie Bohem. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. DreamWorks Television, The Sci-Fi Channel, 2002.

46Into the West. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. DreamWorks Television, Voice Pictures, TNT, 2005.

47United States of Tara. Created by Diablo Cody. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. DreamWorks Television, Showtime, 2009–2011.

48Band of Brothers: The Pacific. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. DreamWorks SKG, HBO Films, Playtone, 2010.

49Terra Nova. Created by Kelly Marcel and Craig Silverstein. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Amblin Entertainment, Chernin Entertainment, Kapital Entertainment, Siesta Productions, 20th Century Fox Television, 2011.

50Falling Skies. Created by Robert Rodat. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. DreamWorks Television, TNT Originals, Invasion Productions, 2011–2015.

51The River. Created by Oren Peli and Michael R. Perry. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Haunted Movies, J.A. Green Construction, Amblin Television, ABC Studios, 2012.

52Smash. Created by Theresa Rebeck. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Madwoman in the Attic, DreamWorks Television, Universal Television, 2012–2013.

53Under the Dome. Created by Brian K. Vaughan. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Amblin Television, Baer Bones, CBS Television Studios, 2013–2015.

54Extant. Created by Mickey Fisher. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. 22 Plates, Amblin Television, CBS Television Studios, 2014–2015.

55Minority Report. Created by Max Borenstein. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Amblin Television, Paramount Television, 20th Century Fox, Television, 2015.

56Public Morals. Created by Edward Burns. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Amblin Television, Marlboro Road Gang Productions, TNT, 2015.

57The Whispers. Created by Soo Hugh. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Clickety-Clack Productions, Amblin Television, ABC Studios, 2015.

58Bull. Created by Paul Attanasio and Phil McGraw. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Amblin Television, Atelier Paul Attanasio, Stage 29 Productions, CBS Television Studios, 2016.

Notable Feature Movie Productions

59Poltergeist. Dir. Tobe Hooper. Written by Steven Spielberg, Michael Grais and Mark Victor. Editing by Michael Kahn. MGM, Amblin Entertainment, SLM Production Group, 1982.

60Twilight Zone: The Movie. Dir. Joe Dante, John Landis, George Miller and Steven Spielberg (Segment “Kick the Can”). Written by Rod Serling, John Landis, Richard Matheson, Melissa Mathison, Jerome Bixby, Robert Garland and George Clayton Johnson. Music by Jerry Goldsmith. Cinematography by Allen Daviau, John Hora and Stevan Larner. Editing by Malcolm Campbell, Tina Hirsch, Michael Kahn and Howard E. Smith. Amblin Entertainment, Warner Bros., 1983.

61Gremlins. Dir. Joe Dante. Written by Chris Columbus. Warner Bros., Amblin Entertainment, 1984.

62The Goonies. Dir. Richard Donner. Written by Chris Columbus, based on a story by Steven Spielberg. Editing by Michael Kahn and Steven Spielberg. Warner Bros., Amblin Entertainment, 1985.

63Back to the Future. Dir. Robert Zemeckis. Written by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale. Cinematography by Dean Cundey. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, U-Drive Productions, 1985.

64An American Tail. Dir. Don Bluth. Written by Judy Freduberg and Tony Geiss, based on a story by Freudberg, Geiss and David Kirschner. Universal Pictures, U-Drive Productions, Sullivan Studios, Amblin Entertainment, Don Bluth Productions, 1986.

65Harry and the Hendersons. Dir. William Dear. Written by William Dear, Bill Martin and Ezra D. Rappaport. Amblin Entertainment, Universal Pictures, 1987.

66Innerspace. Dir. Joe Dante. Written by Jeffrey Boam and Chip Proser. Warner Bros., The Guber-Peters Company, Amblin Entertainment, 1987.

67Batteries not included. Dir. Matthew Robbins. Written by Brad Bird, Matthew Robbins, Brent Maddock and S.S. Wilson, based on a story by Mick Garris. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, 1987.

68Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Dir. Robert Zemeckis. Written by Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman, based on the novel by Gary K. Wolf. Cinematography by Dean Cundey. Touchstone Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Silver Screen Partners III, Walt Disney Feature Animation, 1988.

69Back to the Future Part II. Dir. Robert Zemeckis. Written by Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis. Cinematography by Dean Cundey. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, U-Drive Productions, 1989.

70Back to the Future Part III. Dir. Robert Zemeckis. Written by Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis. Cinematography by Dean Cundey. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, U-Drive Productions, 1990.

71Gremlins 2: The New Batch. Dir. Joe Dante. Written by Charles S. Haas, based on the characters invented by Chris Columbus. Warner Bros., Amblin Entertainment, 1990.

72Arachnophobia. Dir. Frank Marshall. Written by Don Jakoby, Wesley Strick and Al Williams. Editing by Michael Kahn. Hollywood Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Tangled Web Productions, Warm Weather Internationl group de Venezuela, 1990.

73Dreams. Dir. Akira Kurosawa and Ishirô Honda. Written by Akira Kurosawa. Warner Bros., Akira Kurosawa USA, 1990.

74An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. Dir. Phil Nibbelink and Simon Wells. Universal Pictures, Amblimation, Amblin Entertainment, 1991.

75Casper. Dir. Brad Silberling. Written by Sherri Stoner and Deanna Oliver, based on characters by Joseph Oriolo. Cinematography by Dean Cundey. Editing by Michael Kahn. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, The Harvey Entertainment Company, 1995.

76Twister. Dir. Jan de Bont. Written by Michael Chrichton and Anne-Marie Martin. Editing by Michael Kahn. Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Constant c Productions, 1996.

77Men in Black. Dir. Barry Sonnenfeld. Written by Ed Solomon, based on the comic by Lowell Cunningham. Columbia Pictures Corporation, Amblin Entertainment, Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation, 1997.

78Deep Impact. Dir. Mimi Leder. Written by Bruce Joel Rubin and Michael Tolkin. Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks SKG, Zanuck/Brown Productions, Manhattan Project, 1998.

79The Mask of Zorro. Dir. Martin Campbell. Written by John Eskow, Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio and Randall Janhson, based on the character by Johnston McCulley. TriStar Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, David Foster Productions, Global Entertainment Productions GmbH & Company Medien KG, Zorro Productions, 1998.

80The Haunting. Dir. Jan de Bont. Written by David Self, based on the novel by Shirley Jackson. Editing by Michael Kahn. DreamWorks SKG, Roth-Arnold Productions, 1999.

81Shrek. Dir. Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson. Written by Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, Joe Stillman, Roger S.H. Schulman, based on the book by William Steig. DreamWorks Animation, DreamWorks SKG, Pacific Data Images, 2001.

82Jurassic Park III. Dir. Joe Johnston. Written by Peter Buchman, Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor, based on characters by Michael Chrichton. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, 2001.

83Men in Black II. Dir. Barry Sonnenfeld. Written by Robert Gordon and Barry Fanaro, based on the comic by Lowell Cunningham. Columbia Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation, 2002.

84The Legend of Zorro. Dir. Martin Campbell. Written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, based on the character by Johnston McCulley. Columbia Pictures, Tornado Production Inc., Amblin Entertainment, Spyglass Entertainment, 2005.

85Memoirs of a Geisha. Dir. Rob Marshall. Written by Robin Swicord, based on the book by Arthur Golden. Music by John Williams. Columbia Pictures, DreamWorks SKG, Spyglass Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, Red Wagon Entertainment, 2005.

86Flags of our Fathers. Dir. Clint Eastwood. Written by William Broyles Jr and Paul Haggis, based on the book by James Bradley and Ron Powers. DreamWorks SKG, Warner Bros., Amblin Entertainment, Malpaso Productions, 2006.

87Letters from Iwo Jima. Dir. Clint Eastwood. Written by Iris Yamashita and Paul Haggis, based on the book by Tadamichi Kuribayashi and Tsuyoko Yoshido. DreamWorks SKG, Warner Bros., Malpaso Productions, Amblin Entertainment, 2006.

88Transformers. Dir. Michael Bay. Written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and John Rogers. DreamWorks SKG, Paramount Pictures, Hasbro, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Platinum Dunes, SprocketHeads, thinkfilm, 2007.

89Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Dir. Michael Bay. Written by Ehren Kruger, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. DreamWorks SKG, Paramount Pictures, Hasbro, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Platinum Dunes, 2009.

90The Lovely Bones. Dir. Peter Jackson. Written by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens and Peter Jackson, based on the novel by Alice Sebold. DreamWorks SKG, Film4, WingNut Films, New Zealand Large Budget Screen Production Grant, Goldcrest Pictures, Key Creatives, 2009.

91True Grit. Written and directed by Ethan and Joel Coen, based on the novel by Charles Portis. Paramount Pictures, Skydance Productions, Scott Rudin Productions, Mike Zoss Productions, 2010.

92Hereafter. Dir. Clint Eastwood. Written by Peter Morgan. Warner Bros., Malpaso Productions, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Amblin Entertainment, Dombey Street Productions, 2010.

93Super 8. Written and directed by J.J. Abrams. Paramount Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Bad Robot, K/O Camera Toys, 2011.

94Cowboys & Aliens. Dir. Jon Favreau. Written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Damon Lindelof, Mark Fergus, Hawk Ostby, Steve Oedekerk, based on the comic by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg. 2011.

95Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon. Dir. Michael Bay. Written by Ehren Kruger. DreamWorks SKG, Paramount Pictures, Hasbro, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Platinum Dunes, 2011.

96Men in Black 3. Dir. Barry Sonnenfeld. Written by Etan Cohen, based on the comic by Lowell Cunningham. Columbia Pictures, Hemisphere Media Central, Amblin Entertainment, Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation, Imagenation Abu Dhabi FZ, Wardour Street Pictures, 2012.

97Transformers 4: Age of Extinction. Dir. Michael Bay. Written by Ehren Kruger. Paramount Pictures, Hasbro, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Tom DeSanto/Don Murphy Production, Ian Bryce Productions, Amblin Entertainment, China Movie Channel, Platinum Dunes, 2014.

98Jurassic World. Dir. Colin Trevorrow. Written by Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly, based on the characters by Michael Crichton. Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Legendary Entertainment, Dentsu, Fuji Television Network, 2015.

Auteur

David Roche is Professor of Film Studies at the Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès and Vice-president of SERCIA (www.sercia.net). He is the author of Making and Remaking Horror in the 1970s and 2000s (2014) and L’Imagination malsaine (2008), and has edited a themed issue of Transatlantica entitled “Exploiting Exploitation Cinema” (2016), as well as the collected volumes Comics and Adaptation (with Benoît Mitaine and Isabelle Schmitt-Pitiot, 2018), Intimacy in Cinema (with Schmitt-Pitiot 2014) and Approaches to Film and Reception Theories (with Christophe Gelly, 2012). He has published articles on North American and European auteur and horror cinema in Adaptation, E-rea, CinémAction, Horror Studies, Miranda, Post-script and Textes & Contextes. His book Quentin Tarantino: Poetics and Politics of Cinematic Metafiction is forthcoming.

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