Ross McElwee1947 Age: 72 years old
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ross McElwee is an American documentary filmmaker and cinematographer, and Harvard professor, known for his autobiographical films about his family and personal life, usually interwoven with an episodic journey of some sort. McElwee is a 1971 graduate of Brown University, and received his MS from MIT in 1977. He received the Career Award at the 2007 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ross McElwee, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
July 21, 1947, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
? Sherman's MarchDirector of Photography, Director, Writer, and Himself ? 20,000 Missing PersonsDirector of Photography and Director ? 68 Albany StreetDirector of Photography and Director ? Energy WarDirector of Photography 1979 Space CoastDirector of Photography and Director 1980 CharleenDirector, Director of Photography, and Himself 1981 Resident ExileDirector and Director of Photography 1984 BackyardDirector, Director of Photography, and Himself 1991 Something to Do with the WallDirector, Director of Photography, and Narrator 1993 Time IndefiniteWriter, Director of Photography, Director, and Himself 1997 Six O'Clock NewsDirector, Director of Photography, and Himself 2004 Bright LeavesDirector of Photography, Director, and Himself 2008 In ParaguayDirector of Photography and Director 2011 Photographic MemoryDirector of Photography, Director, and Himself