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      Brad Anderson

      Brad Anderson

      Highest Rated: 91% Transsiberian (2008)

      Lowest Rated: 44% The Call (2013)

      Birthday: Not Available

      Birthplace: Madison, Connecticut, USA

      When he was ten years old, Brad Anderson received a Super 8 camera and a career was born. Born and raised in Connecticut, this independent filmmaker began his formal training at Bowdoin College followed by a year at London's International Film School. Anderson left the latter after completing the first of a two-year program, deciding his tuition would be better served funding a film. He settled in the Boston area and picked up professional experience on documentaries for PBS (e.g., 1991's "Making of the Sixties") and crafting short films. With several other local moviemakers, Anderson helped create the Boston Film Collective, for which he produced and edited the short "Crosley Fever" and paid homage to Ed Wood "Frankenstein's Planet of Monsters." By 1994, he felt ready to tackle a feature. Working on a tiny budget (reportedly $50,000), Anderson co-produced, wrote, edited and directed "The Darien Gap," casting his friend, musician Lyn Vaus, in the lead and intercutting some of his own home movies into the film. The film, a meditation on a slacker's inability to cope with his parents' divorce and its impact on his relationship with his girlfriend, received attention at 1996's Sundance Film Festival and was picked up for distribution by the small firm of Northern Arts. Although the film received numerous festival screenings, its theatrical release was spotty.


      THE MACHINIST, Christian Bale, director Brad Anderson on set, 2004. (c) Paramount Classics. THE CALL, director Brad Anderson on set, 2013, ph: Greg Gayne/©TriStar Pictures THE CALL, director Brad Anderson on set, 2013, ph: Greg Gayne/©TriStar Pictures BEIRUT, FROM LEFT, ROSAMUND PIKE, DIRECTOR BRAD ANDERSON, JON HAMM, ON-SET, 2018. PH: SIFEDDINE EL AMINE. ©BLEECKER STREET MEDIA TRANSSIBERIAN, director Brad Anderson (second from right), on set, 2008. ©First Look International TRANSSIBERIAN, director Brad Anderson (center), on set, 2008. ©First Look International NEXT STOP WONDERLAND, Ernest Thompson, director Brad Anderson, Hope Davis, on set, 1998. ©Miramax THE MACHINIST, Brad Anderson, 2004. (c) Paramount Classics. HAPPY ACCIDENTS, Brad Anderson (Director), 2001 VANISHING ON 7TH STREET, director Brad Anderson, 2010, ©Magnet Releasing BEIRUT, DIRECTOR BRAD ANDERSON, ON-SET, 2018. PH: SIFEDDINE EL AMINE. ©BLEECKER STREET MEDIA



      59% 51% Blood Director,
      Executive Producer
      - 2022
      59% 52% Fractured Director - 2019
      82% 57% Beirut Director $5.0M 2018
      54% 49% Eliza Graves Director - 2014
      44% 65% The Call Director $51.9M 2013
      48% 21% Vanishing on 7th Street Director $22.2K 2010
      91% 65% Transsiberian Director $2.2M 2008
      77% 83% The Machinist Director $1.1M 2004
      67% 63% Session 9 Director,
      Film Editing
      $374.0K 2001
      70% 75% Happy Accidents Director,
      Film Editing
      $688.5K 2000
      74% 74% Next Stop Wonderland Director,
      Film Editing
      $3.4M 1998
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Darien Gap Director,
      - 1996


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