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John Whitney Stillman (born January 25, 1952) is an American writer-director and actor known for his 1990 film Metropolitan, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.
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John Whitney Stillman (Washington, D. C., 25 de enero de 1952), más conocido como Whit Stillman, es un director de cine, guionista, productor y actor estadounidense. Graduado por la Universidad de Harvard en 1973, comenzó a trabajar como periodista en Nueva York. En 1980, se trasladó a Barcelona, en España, donde se casó.
25/05/2010 · Whit Stillman Retweeted Edward Hunter Christie @EHunterChristie · 4m 7-8 A few rules of good behaviour: 1-Always show resolve, never fear 2-Always back your Allies 3-When the enemy threatens, threaten back 4-When the enemy strikes, strike back 5-When there is a *strong* case for a deal, do it quietly, with a time lag, in exchange for something
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Whit Stillman was born in 1952 and raised in Cornwall in upstate New York, the son of a impoverished debutante from Philadelphia and a Democratic politician from Washington D.C. Stillman graduated from Harvard in 1973 and started out as a journalist in Manhattan, New York City. In 1980 he met and married his Spanish wife while on an assignment ...
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Whit Stillman (Writer/Producer/Director) served in the same capacities on his two previous features, METROPOLITAN (1990) and BARCELONA (1994). Prior to that he collaborated on and appeared in Spanish Director Fernando Colomo’s New York-set comedy SKYLINE (1984; Kino Video).