Paul Schrader

Schrader at the 44th [[Karlovy Vary International Film Festival|Karlovy Vary<br> International Film Festival]] in July 2009 Paul Joseph Schrader () (born July 22, 1946) is an American screenwriter, film director, and film critic. Schrader wrote or co-wrote screenplays for four Martin Scorsese films: ''Taxi Driver'' (1976), ''Raging Bull'' (1980), ''The Last Temptation of Christ'' (1988), and ''Bringing Out the Dead'' (1999). Schrader has also directed 18 feature films, including his directing debut crime drama, ''Blue Collar'' (co-written with his brother, Leonard Schrader), the crime drama ''Hardcore'' (a loosely autobiographical film also written by Schrader), his 1982 remake of the horror classic ''Cat People'', the crime drama ''American Gigolo'' (1980), the biographical drama ''Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters'' (1985), the true life biopic ''Patty Hearst'' (1988), the cult film ''Light Sleeper'' (1992), the drama ''Affliction'' (1997), the biographical film ''Auto Focus'' (2002), the erotic dramatic thriller ''The Canyons'' (2013), and the dramatic thriller ''First Reformed'' (2017), the latter earning him his first Academy Award nomination. Provided by Wikipedia
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