Morgan J. Freeman

Morgan J. FREEMAN (1969, Long Beach, USA) studied film at the University of California and then spent a year studying film theory at the Sorbonne in Paris. His feature début Hurricane Streets (1997) - his thesis for the New York's Graduate Film Program - was the first film to win three major prizes at Sundance.


And on the Third Day (1991, short), Waiting for the End of the World (1992, short), Godard disait que...(1993, short), Banking on Broadway (1994, short), Boom (1996, short), Hurricane Streets (1997), Desert Blue (1998), The Cherry Picker (2000), American Psycho 2: All American Girl (2002), Killer (2005)