Phil Joanou
American film director and music video director
Phil Joanou
Phil Joanou is an American film director. He is also well known for his work with Irish rock band U2, having directed their rockumentary/live tape Rattle and Hum, one of three videos filmed for "One", and the video for "All Because of You". Married to Ford Model Breann Nelson. The film Entropy (1999) was Joanou's own autobiography, wherein the director played by Stephen Dorff passes through many of the incidents of Joanou's own life.
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Chris Tucker to Star in Relativity Comedy 'Second Honeymoon' (Exclusive)
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Jeff Sneider LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - After a five-year hiatus from the big screen, Chris Tucker eased his way back into Hollywood with a well-received supporting turn in David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook." Now Tucker is ready to return to leading roles, as he has signed on to star in Relativity Media's comedy "Second Honeymoon." Phil Joanou ("Gridiron Gang") will direct the movie and rewrite the script by Peter Gaulke and Kevin Heffernan. Story follows a married couple who return to Antigua on their second honeymoon in an effort to spice things up. ...
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A U2 documentary that's not pretentious - Salon
Google News - over 5 years
Guggenheim resurrected this footage from discarded dailies for "Rattle and Hum," Phil Joanou's hagiographic 1989 film about U2's Joshua Tree tour and band members' "discovery" of American soul and blues music. Had such scenes been included in that film
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Most cable series favorites will return by 2012 - The330
Google News - over 5 years
A: Age 7 in America, narrated by Streep and directed by Phil Joanou, aired in 1991 on ABC. A sequel, 14 Up in America, directed and narrated by Joanou, appeared in 1998 on Showtime. 21 Up America, with Christopher Dillon Quinn directing,
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U2 Documentary Shows Band's Early Struggles - RollingStone.com
Google News - over 5 years
There are other telling inclusions in the film, from footage of Bono getting angry in a dressing room after a Joshua Tree concert in 1987 (culled from Rattle and Hum director Phil Joanou's amazing leftovers) to candid, present-day sound-only interviews
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Toronto International Film Festival 2011: Awkward, angry, hushed, From the Sky ... - Montreal Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Guggenheim resurrected this footage from discarded dailies for Rattle and Hum, Phil Joanou's hagiographic 1989 film about U2's Joshua Tree tour and their "discovery" of American soul and blues music. Had such scenes been included in that film,
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Davis Guggenheim on filming an intimate, honest U2 - National Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Guggenheim resurrected this footage from discarded dailies for Rattle and Hum, Phil Joanou's hagiographic 1989 film about U2's Joshua Tree tour and their “discovery” of American soul and blues music. Had such scenes been included in that film,
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Sangue, rock e pallottole - Tre grandi "cult movie" - CinemaItaliano.Info
Google News - over 5 years
Il documentario diretto da Phil Joanou segue i quattro irlandesi durante il loro tour negli Stati Uniti. Un emozionante viaggio in un'America enorme, quasi soffocante, stracolma di luoghi sacri al culto di mille santi e santini del pantheon del
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Big brother bares his soul - Sofia Echo
Google News - over 5 years
Among younger filmmakers, he cites Phil Joanou who directed him, Richard Gere and Kim Basinger in Final Analysis (1992) and Jack Perez who directed him in La Cucaracha (1998) about a failed writer. Roberts' recovery from the crash and subsequent
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Digital Artists Agency Announces New Talent Signings, Targets Virtual ... - SHOOT Online (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
He has also worked as visual effects supervisor on leading commercial campaigns, including Nike's "Morning After" directed by Spike Jonze and winner of a Cannes Lion and Sun Microsystems "The Dot" directed by Phil Joanou. Marshall has worked at Digital
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U2 Lists: Top 10 Places U2 Fans Must Visit In The USA - @U2
Google News - over 5 years
For those who prefer Phil Joanou's version, you can head over to Manhattan and visit the actual nightclub in which the video was filmed. Filming of the video took place upstairs at Nell's Night Club and predominantly featured Bono sitting alone smoking
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Richard Gere and Kim Basinger star in steamy thriller on SET - Media Update
Google News - over 5 years
... dramatic intrigue to the equation, this inevitably leads to a dangerous web of passion, jealousy and death – not to mention mind games and thrills aplenty. Also starring Uma Thurman (Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2, Pulp Fiction). Directed by Phil Joanou (1992)
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Conoce al jurado del Festival de Cannes - latercera.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Thurman no sólo logró cumplir este sueño, sino que además ha actuado bajo la dirección de algunos de los cineastas más reconocidos del globo, tales como Gus Van Sant, Philip Kaufman, Phil Joanou, John Boorman, Andrew Niccol y Woody Allen,
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Out of the Labyrinth and Onto the Screen
NYTimes - almost 7 years
There's a reason Hollywood calls it ''development hell.'' Even when it turns out well. Such is the lesson of ''Knight and Day,'' a big-budget action comedy starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz that's set to open on June 25, directly opposite Adam Sandler in his own comic romp ''Grown Ups.'' As it happens, Mr. Sandler passed up a chance to star in
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ADVERTISING; Sure, He Can Direct Hit Movies, But Can He Do Commercials?
NYTimes - over 9 years
IN the film world, Michael Mann is well known as a producer and director, with credits that include the new action movie ''The Kingdom'' as well as ''Ali,'' ''The Aviator,'' ''The Insider'' and ''The Last of the Mohicans.'' In the advertising world, Mr. Mann is a director, most recently of two Nike spots that started in August. He has also done
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ADVERTISING; Pigs With Cellphones, But No Condoms
NYTimes - over 9 years
IN a commercial for Trojan condoms that has its premiere tonight, women in a bar are surrounded by anthropomorphized, cellphone-toting pigs. One shuffles to the men's room, where, after procuring a condom from a vending machine, he is transformed into a head-turner in his 20s. When he returns to the bar, a fetching blond who had been indifferent
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Film in Review; Gridiron Gang
NYTimes - over 10 years
Opens today nationwide Directed by Phil Joanou 120 minutes At Camp Kilpatrick a juvenile detention facility in the Santa Monica Mountains, there's not a lot for inmates to do besides eat, sleep and beat up rival gang members. So when Sean Porter (Dwayne Johnson, a k a the Rock), a probation officer and former delinquent, decides to form a football
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THE NEW SEASON: FILM; Los Angeles Noir and Other Looming Shadows
NYTimes - over 10 years
All dates are subject to change. September Wednesday AL Franken: God Spoke A year in the life of this comedian and political commentator, as recorded by the filmmakers Nick Doob and Chris Hegedus (''The War Room''). Artie Lange's Beer League Mr. Lange, a regular on Howard Stern's radio show, is the co-writer, producer and star of this comedy about
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; A story line of vignettes over several commercials introduces UBS PaineWebber, post merger.
NYTimes - almost 16 years
THE brokerage firm of PaineWebber will change campaigns for the first time in more than two years to promote a name change under its new owner, UBS of Switzerland, one of the largest banks in Europe. The renaming campaign begins tomorrow with elements that include an unusual series of episodic commercials in which a continuing story unfolds during
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VIDEO; When Dinosaurs Rocked
NYTimes - almost 17 years
TODAY -- when the pop music industry has embraced the concept of a new flavor every week -- two rock movies recently released on DVD seem like endearing artifacts from a bygone era. Their release allows Led Zeppelin and U2 fans to see and hear their favorites as they looked and sounded during their heydays. In 1976, when ''The Song Remains the
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