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Alison Maclean is a Canadian film director of music videos, short films, television (episodes of Sex and the City, The Tudors, Homicide: Life On the Street), commercials and feature films. Her works include the music video Torn (Natalie Imbruglia, 1998), the short film Kitchen Sink (1989) and the feature films Jesus' Son (1999) starring Billy Crudup and Crush (1992) starring Marcia Gay Harden.

Alison Maclean was born in Ottawa, Canada, in 1958, to New Zealand-born parents.

Her first short film, Kitchen Sink, a surreal suburban nightmare, debuted in Cannes in 1989 and won eight international awards. Maclean moved to New York in 1992. Her film Crush was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival. After several years developing projects she got her second feature, Jesus' Son (1999), starring Billy Crudup and Samantha Morton (with Holly Hunter, Dennis Hopper, Denis Leary and Jack Black in supporting roles). The film is based on the short stories by cult US writer Denis Johnson.

She is represented by Park Pictures in New York.

In association with Scenarios USA, Alison Maclean is directing the winner of New York "What's the REAL DEAL" contest for 12-22 year olds, "The choices we make" by graduating senior Tiara Bennett of Clara Barton High School in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Luke Geissbuhler is the Director of Photography.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Alison Maclean, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Alison Maclean is a Canadian film director of music videos, short films, television (episodes of Sex and the City, The Tudors, Homicide: Life On the Street), commercials and feature films. Her works include the music video Torn (Natalie Imbruglia, 1998), the short film Kitchen Sink (1989) and the feature films Jesus' Son (1999) starring Billy Crudup and Crush (1992) starring Marcia Gay Harden.

Alison Maclean was born in Ottawa, Canada, in 1958, to New Zealand-born parents.

Her first short film, Kitchen Sink, a surreal suburban nightmare, debuted in Cannes in 1989 and won eight international awards. Maclean moved to New York in 1992. Her film Crush was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival. After several years developing projects she got her second feature, Jesus' Son (1999), starring Billy Crudup and Samantha Morton (with Holly Hunter, Dennis Hopper, Denis Leary and Jack Black in supporting roles). The film is based on the short stories by cult US writer Denis Johnson.

She is represented by Park Pictures in New York.

In association with Scenarios USA, Alison Maclean is directing the winner of New York "What's the REAL DEAL" contest for 12-22 year olds, "The choices we make" by graduating senior Tiara Bennett of Clara Barton High School in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Luke Geissbuhler is the Director of Photography.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Alison Maclean, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

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Gender Female

Known Credits 15

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Directing TV ShowsMovies

2016 The Rehearsal Director
2007 Gossip Girl (1 episode)Director
2007 The Tudors (2 episodes)Director
2004 Persons of Interest Director
2004 The L Word (1 episode)Director
2003 Carnivàle (2 episodes)Director
1999 Jesus' Son Director
1998 Sex and the City (1 episode)Director
1997 Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground Director
1993 The Adventures of Pete & Pete (1 episode)Director
1993 Crush Director
1993 Homicide: Life on the Street (1 episode)Director
1989 Kitchen Sink Director
1987 Talkback Director
1983 Taunt Director

Writing

2016 The Rehearsal Screenplay
1993 Crush Screenplay
1989 Kitchen Sink Writer
1987 Talkback Writer

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