Guy Ferland

Guy Ferland (born February 18, 1966) is an American film and television director.wikipedia
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The Babysitter (1995 film)

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He then moved on to write and direct his first own film, The Babysitter, in 1995 and in 1997 directed Telling Lies in America, which was commended for Excellence in Filmmaking by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.
The Babysitter is a 1995 American erotic thriller film directed by Guy Ferland and starring Alicia Silverstone based on the eponymous short story by Robert Coover in his collection Pricksongs and Descants (1969).

Telling Lies in America

He then moved on to write and direct his first own film, The Babysitter, in 1995 and in 1997 directed Telling Lies in America, which was commended for Excellence in Filmmaking by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.
Telling Lies in America is a 1997 coming-of-age drama film directed by Guy Ferland and written by Joe Eszterhas.

Joel Schumacher

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He landed a job as film director Joel Schumacher's assistant three days after receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and in five years, until 1994, he worked with Schumacher on Cousins, Flatliners, If Looks Could Kill, Dying Young, Falling Down and The Client, receiving an associate producer credit in the last.

Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights

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After directing the 2004 sequel to the 1987 Dirty Dancing, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Ferland proceeded to work primarily with television series, and has picked up credits directing for the series Ed, Medical Investigation, House, M.D., Blind Justice, Nip/Tuck, The Unit, Prison Break, Sleeper Cell, Raines, Traveler, Damages, Saving Grace, The Riches, Eleventh Hour, The Blacklist, and most notably The Shield, for which he has directed thirteen episodes.
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (also known as Dirty Dancing 2 or Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights) is a 2004 American dance musical romantic drama film directed by Guy Ferland.

Glen Ridge rape

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After directing and producing Delivered, he began to direct for television, starting with Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge, an American Broadcasting Company made-for-television movie.
The film, directed by Guy Ferland, stars Ally Sheedy, Eric Stoltz and Heather Matarazzo and is an adaptation of Bernard Lefkowitz's book.

Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing For A Children's Series

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After the Storm was named Best Feature Film at the 2000 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival and Ferland was individually commended on the realism he brought to the film with underwater photography, while he was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special and a Directors Guild of America Award in the category of Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for Bang Bang You're Dead in 2003.

After the Storm (2001 film)

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He also directed the award-winning television movies After the Storm and Bang, Bang, You're Dead in 2001 and 2002 respectively.
After the Storm was named Best Feature Film at the 2000 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival and its director, Guy Ferland, was individually commended on the realism he brought to the film with underwater photography.

Bang Bang You're Dead (film)

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After the Storm was named Best Feature Film at the 2000 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival and Ferland was individually commended on the realism he brought to the film with underwater photography, while he was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special and a Directors Guild of America Award in the category of Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for Bang Bang You're Dead in 2003. He also directed the award-winning television movies After the Storm and Bang, Bang, You're Dead in 2001 and 2002 respectively.

Directors Guild of America Award

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After the Storm was named Best Feature Film at the 2000 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival and Ferland was individually commended on the realism he brought to the film with underwater photography, while he was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special and a Directors Guild of America Award in the category of Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for Bang Bang You're Dead in 2003.

Sleeper Cell (TV series)

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After directing the 2004 sequel to the 1987 Dirty Dancing, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Ferland proceeded to work primarily with television series, and has picked up credits directing for the series Ed, Medical Investigation, House, M.D., Blind Justice, Nip/Tuck, The Unit, Prison Break, Sleeper Cell, Raines, Traveler, Damages, Saving Grace, The Riches, Eleventh Hour, The Blacklist, and most notably The Shield, for which he has directed thirteen episodes.

The Shield

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After directing the 2004 sequel to the 1987 Dirty Dancing, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Ferland proceeded to work primarily with television series, and has picked up credits directing for the series Ed, Medical Investigation, House, M.D., Blind Justice, Nip/Tuck, The Unit, Prison Break, Sleeper Cell, Raines, Traveler, Damages, Saving Grace, The Riches, Eleventh Hour, The Blacklist, and most notably The Shield, for which he has directed thirteen episodes.
Guy Ferland directed episodes for all seven seasons of The Shield.

The Walking Dead (TV series)

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He also directed six episodes of the zombie television series The Walking Dead.
Along with Darabont, who directed the pilot episode, the remaining five were directed by Michelle MacLaren, Gwyneth Horder-Payton, Johan Renck, Ernest Dickerson, and Guy Ferland, respectively.

Sons of Anarchy

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He is a regular director for the FX series Sons of Anarchy.
Sutter drew regular directors from The Shield including Stephen Kay, Gwyneth Horder-Payton, Guy Ferland, and Billy Gierhart.

Alfred Hitchcock

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After Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 film Notorious inspired him to become a filmmaker, Ferland went on to study cinema production at the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television, graduating in 1988, and received an internship working as a researcher at Creative Artists Agency.

Notorious (1946 film)

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After Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 film Notorious inspired him to become a filmmaker, Ferland went on to study cinema production at the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television, graduating in 1988, and received an internship working as a researcher at Creative Artists Agency.

University of Southern California

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After Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 film Notorious inspired him to become a filmmaker, Ferland went on to study cinema production at the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television, graduating in 1988, and received an internship working as a researcher at Creative Artists Agency.

Creative Artists Agency

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After Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 film Notorious inspired him to become a filmmaker, Ferland went on to study cinema production at the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television, graduating in 1988, and received an internship working as a researcher at Creative Artists Agency.

Cousins (1989 film)

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He landed a job as film director Joel Schumacher's assistant three days after receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and in five years, until 1994, he worked with Schumacher on Cousins, Flatliners, If Looks Could Kill, Dying Young, Falling Down and The Client, receiving an associate producer credit in the last.

Flatliners

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He landed a job as film director Joel Schumacher's assistant three days after receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and in five years, until 1994, he worked with Schumacher on Cousins, Flatliners, If Looks Could Kill, Dying Young, Falling Down and The Client, receiving an associate producer credit in the last.

If Looks Could Kill (film)

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He landed a job as film director Joel Schumacher's assistant three days after receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and in five years, until 1994, he worked with Schumacher on Cousins, Flatliners, If Looks Could Kill, Dying Young, Falling Down and The Client, receiving an associate producer credit in the last.

Dying Young

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He landed a job as film director Joel Schumacher's assistant three days after receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and in five years, until 1994, he worked with Schumacher on Cousins, Flatliners, If Looks Could Kill, Dying Young, Falling Down and The Client, receiving an associate producer credit in the last.

Falling Down

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He landed a job as film director Joel Schumacher's assistant three days after receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and in five years, until 1994, he worked with Schumacher on Cousins, Flatliners, If Looks Could Kill, Dying Young, Falling Down and The Client, receiving an associate producer credit in the last.

The Client (1994 film)

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He landed a job as film director Joel Schumacher's assistant three days after receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree and in five years, until 1994, he worked with Schumacher on Cousins, Flatliners, If Looks Could Kill, Dying Young, Falling Down and The Client, receiving an associate producer credit in the last.

National Board of Review

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He then moved on to write and direct his first own film, The Babysitter, in 1995 and in 1997 directed Telling Lies in America, which was commended for Excellence in Filmmaking by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.

American Broadcasting Company

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After directing and producing Delivered, he began to direct for television, starting with Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge, an American Broadcasting Company made-for-television movie.