David Giler


David Giler is an American filmmaker who has been active in the motion picture industry since the early 1960s. He started his career as a writer, providing scripts for television programs such as Kraft Suspense Theatre and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.. He then moved to screenplays in the 70's, helping to write films such as The Parallax View and the original version of Fun With Dick and Jane.… Read More

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  • David Thomson On Films: The Inane Pomposity Of 'prometheus'
    The New Republic - Jun 11, 2012
  • Deep Inside The “Alien Vault” (With Exclusive Photos) Fangoria
    Google News - Sep 07, 2011
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    Google News - Aug 30, 2011
  • 'alien' Guest Essay: Looking Back In Horror To 1979 Los Angeles Times
    Google News - Jul 27, 2011


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1975 Birth Born in 1975.
1979 4 Years Old He helped Walter Hill produce the legendary horror thriller Alien in 1979, and it is for this film that he is probably best remembered. … Read More
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