NEW YORK - Black-and-white movies are a rarity today, of course, but they nevertheless cling to a persistent and exceptional existence among flashier fare at the multiplexes.Alexander Payne's "Nebraska" follows several notable films this year that ha... FULL ARTICLE AT ReadingEagle.com
Alexander Payne’s “Nebraska” has been racking up awards and nominations in the past two weeks, which is a long-delayed payoff for his work. The filmmaker waited nine years to film the script, and spent a year in planning before ... FULL ARTICLE AT Variety
On the heels of his seventh Golden Globes nomination, this time around for directing Paramount’s “Nebraska,” Alexander Payne has signed on to exec produce writer-director Anna Musso’s short film “Run Fast.” Musso, the long-time assistant to Payne at ... FULL ARTICLE AT Variety
Alexander Payne (born February 10, 1961) is an American film director and screenwriter. His films are noted for their dark humor and satirical depictions of contemporary American society.
Payne, a Greek American (his grandfather's family name was Anglicized from Papadopoulos), was born in Omaha, Nebraska to parents who were restaurant owners. He was the youngest of three sons and grew up in the... Full Article At Wikipedia.org