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Colin VainesSchool: London College of Communication
Field of Studies: Producer
Website Reference: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0883267/
Major Achievements: Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool, Gangs of New York, Coriolanus, The Young Victoria, and The Rum Diary. He made his debut as a producer in 1992 with the Emmy-winning TV film A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia, which introduced Ralph Fiennes in the title role. He was appointed Executive Vice-President, Development for New York-based Miramax Films in 1999, becoming Executive Vice-President, European Production and Development in 2002. He was Co-executive producer of Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York, and Executive in Charge of Production on Anthony Minghella's Cold Mountain. He was a co-executive producer of My Week With Marilyn, starring Michelle Williams and Kenneth Branagh, both of whom were Oscar-nominated for their performances.
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