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      James Ivory

      James Ivory

      Highest Rated: 100% A Room With a View (1986)

      Lowest Rated: 30% Slaves of New York (1989)

      Birthday: Jun 7, 1928

      Birthplace: Berkeley, California, USA

      James Ivory began his career as a documentary filmmaker before teaming up with producer Ismail Merchant to make "The Householder" (1963). Based on a novel by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, the film marked the first of the trio's features centering on the people and culture of India. The team's second effort, "Shakespeare Wallah" (1965), attracted international attention for its sensitive portrayal of a family of British touring actors and its insights into the legacy of colonialism. Merchant and Ivory went on to earn a reputation for quality films made on shoestring budgets, with their best work--heavily influenced by Satyajit Ray--examining the interplay between different cultures ("Bombay Talkie" 1970, "Heat and Dust" 1983).

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      A SOLDIER'S DAUGHTER NEVER CRIES, producer Ismail Merchand, director James Ivory, on set, 1998. (c) October Films. LE DIVORCE, Producer Ismail Merchant, director James Ivory on the set, 2003, (c) Fox Searchlight THE WHITE COUNTESS, Ralph Fiennes, Luoyong Wang, director James Ivory on set, 2005, (c) Sony Pictures Classics THE WHITE COUNTESS, Hiroyuki Sanada, director James Ivory on set, 2005, (c) Sony Pictures Classics SURVIVING PICASSO, Director James Ivory, 1996, (c)Warner Bros. MAURICE, DIRECTOR JAMES IVORY, ON SET, 1987. © COHEN MEDIA GROUP MAURICE, FROM LEFT: JAMES WILBY, DIRECTOR JAMES IVORY, HUGH GRANT, ON SET, 1987. © COHEN MEDIA GROUP THE WILD PARTY, director James Ivory on set, 1975

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      100% No Score Yet Merchant Ivory Self,
      Executive Producer
      - 2023
      89% 97% Only in Theaters Self $34.1K 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet A Cooler Climate Self,
      Director
      - 2022
      94% 86% Call Me by Your Name Screenwriter,
      Executive Producer
      $18.0M 2017
      39% 39% The City of Your Final Destination Director - 2007
      50% 50% The White Countess Director $1.7M 2005
      63% 74% Heights Producer $1.2M 2005
      36% 26% Le Divorce Director,
      Screenwriter
      $9.1M 2003
      54% 39% The Golden Bowl Director $3.0M 2000
      80% 72% A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries Director,
      Writer
      $1.8M 1998
      35% 60% Surviving Picasso Director $2.0M 1996
      31% 35% Jefferson in Paris Director $2.5M 1995
      96% 90% The Remains of the Day Director $23.0M 1993
      94% 81% Howards End Director $157.9K 1992
      82% 44% Mr. & Mrs. Bridge Director $5.0M 1990
      30% 70% Slaves of New York Director $294.4K 1989
      82% 87% Maurice Director,
      Screenwriter
      $45.9K 1987
      100% 85% A Room With a View Director $12.0M 1986
      81% 37% The Bostonians Director - 1984
      79% 59% Heat and Dust Director $19.9K 1983
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Courtesans of Bombay Screenwriter - 1983
      44% 33% Quartet Director $12.0K 1981
      No Score Yet 0% Jane Austen in Manhattan Director - 1980
      No Score Yet 14% Hullabaloo Over Georgie and Bonnie's Pictures Director - 1979
      80% 38% The Europeans Director - 1979
      No Score Yet 25% Roseland Director - 1977
      40% 15% The Wild Party Director - 1975
      No Score Yet 50% Autobiography of a Princess Director - 1975
      33% 50% Savages Director - 1972
      No Score Yet 25% Bombay Talkie Director - 1970
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Guru Director - 1969
      89% 66% Shakespeare Wallah Director,
      Writer
      $3.6K 1965
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Delhi Way Director,
      Screenwriter,
      Producer,
      Cinematographer,
      Film Editing
      - 1964
      No Score Yet 63% The Householder Director - 1963