by PopMatters Staff


Michael Almereyda (2000)

writer-director of Hamlet

Alejandro Amenabar (2001)

director of The Others

Paul Thomas Anderson (1999)

director of Magnolia

Carlos Avila, Jon Seda, and Jimmy Smits (2000)

director and stars of Price of Glory

Jamie Babbit (2000)

director of But I’m a Cheerleader

Adrian Belic (2000)

producer/editor/cinematographer of Genghis Blues

Edward Burns (2001)

starring in 15 Minutes

Eric Byler (2003)

director of Charlotte Sometimes

Morris Chestnut (2001)

starring in The Brothers

Dominique Deruddere (2001)

director of Everybody’s Famous!

Ted Demme (2001)

director of Blow

David Duchovny (2001)

starring in Evolution

Michael Clarke Duncan (1999)

starring in The Green Mile

Atom Egoyan (1999)

writer-director of Felicia’s Journey

Omar Epps (2000)

starring in Love & Basketball

Omar Epps (2001)

starring in Brother

Hampton Fancher (1999)

writer-director of The Minus Man

Dennis Farina (2001)

starring in Snatch

Jon Favreau (2001)

starring in Made

Vivica A. Fox (2001)

starring in Kingdom Come

Tony Goldwyn (2001)

director of Someone Like You

Keith Gordon (2000)

director of Waking the Dead

Bruce Greenwood (2001)

starring in Thirteen Days

Christopher Guest (2000)

writer-director of Best in Show

Ed Harris (2001)

starring in Pollock

Anjelica Huston (2000)

director of Agnes Browne

Amy Irving (2000)

starring in Bossa Nova

Eddie Izzard (2001)

Jason Isaacs (2000)

starring in The Patriot

Orlando Jones (August 2000)

starring in The Replacements

Justin Kerrigan (2000)

writer-director of Human Traffic

Ben Kingsley (2001)

starring in Sexy Beast

Lisa Krueger (2000)

writer-director of Committed

Karyn Kusama (2000)

writer-director of Girlfight

Heath Ledger (2001)

starring in A Knight’s Tale

Spike Lee (2000)

writer-director of Bamboozled

Kasi Lemmons (2001)

director of The Caveman’s Valentine

Kevin Macdonald (2000)

director of One Day in September

Matthew McConaughey (2001)

Christopher McQuarrie (2000)

director of The Way of the Gun

Eric Mendelsohn (2000)

director of Judy Berlin

Daniel Minahan and Brooke Smith (2001)

director and star of Series 7: The Contenders

John Cameron Mitchell (2001)

writer/director/star of Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Errol Morris (2000)

director of Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter Jr.

Jonathan Mostow (2000)

director of U-571

Jehane Noujaim and Chris Hegedus (2001)

directors of

Kimberly Peirce (1999)

writer-director of Boys Don’t Cry

Ryan Phillippe (2000)

starring in The Way of the Gun

Jeremy Podeswa (2000)

writer-director-producer of The Five Senses

Roman Polanski (2000)

director of The Ninth Gate

Michael and Mark Polish (2001)

director of Jackpot

Chris Rock (2001)

starring in Down to Earth

Julian Schnabel (2000)

director of Before Night Falls

Jon Shear (2000)

director of Urbania

John Singleton (2001)

director of Baby Boy

Rob Sitch (2001)

director of The Dish

Neal Slavin (2001)

director of Focus

Marla Sokoloff (2001)

starring in Sugar & Spice

Tilda Swinton (2001)

starring in The Deep End

Sean Patrick Thomas (2001)

starring in Save the Last Dance

Tom Tykwer and Franka Potente (2001)

director and star of The Princess and the Warrior

Tamara Tunie (2001)

starring in The Caveman’s Valentine

John Waters (2000)

director of Cecil B. DeMented

Shawn and Marlon Wayans (2001)

starring in Scary Movie 2

Forest Whitaker (2000)

Billy Dee Williams (2001)

starring in The Visit

Laura Zigman (2001)

writer of Animal Husbandry

Jerry Zucker (2001)

director of Rat Race

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