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James McTeigue


James McTeigue is an assistant director and director, known for V for Vendetta (2005), The Raven (2012) and Ninja Assassin (2009). See full bio »
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Known For

V for Vendetta
V for Vendetta Director
(2005)
The Raven
The Raven Director
(2012)
Ninja Assassin
Ninja Assassin Director
(2009)
The Matrix
The Matrix Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1999)

Filmography

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 2008 Speed Racer (second unit director)
 2003 The Matrix Revolutions (first assistant director)
 2003 The Matrix Reloaded (first assistant director)
 2002 Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (first assistant director)
 2000 The Monkey's Mask (first assistant director)
 2000 Looking for Alibrandi (first assistant director)
 1999 The Matrix (first assistant director)
 1998 The Sugar Factory (second assistant director)
 1998 Dark City (second assistant director: additional photography unit)
 1997 The Well (second assistant director)
 1997 Paradise Road (second assistant director)
 1997/I Big Sky (TV Series) (first assistant director)
 1996 To Have & to Hold (second assistant director)
 1996 The Beast (TV Mini-Series) (second assistant director - 2 episodes)
- Episode #1.2 (1996) ... (second assistant director)
- Episode #1.1 (1996) ... (second assistant director)
 1994 Cody: The Tipoff (TV Movie) (second assistant director)
 1994 Street Fighter (second second assistant director)
 1994 Country Life (second assistant director)
 1994 No Escape (second second assistant director)
 1992 The Girl Who Came Late (third assistant director)
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Directed Samsung TV commercial "Bullet Time 63" (2003). See more »

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Personal Quote:

I don't think anyone wants to go to the cinema and get preached at. You have to evolve the ideas, some of them political, some of them personal, into a film. Then the film becomes like a Trojan Horse. You push it into the village as one thing and it comes out another thing. Hopefully it is something people think about afterward, have discussions about, even vehemently disagree on. I like the idea... See more »

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Grew up in Sydney, Australia.

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