Oliver Stone’s career speaks for itself. He has won 3 Academy Awards, for directing Born on the Fourth of July (1989), for Platoon (1986) and for the screenplay of Midnight Express (1978). He has been nominated countless other times, and has been heralded as a controversial and politically significant director. Some of his other critically acclaimed projects include World Trade Center, Nixon, and JFK.
The host of Oscar, Oscar Jason O’Brien hopes to also cover the recent release of Stone’s final director’s cut of Alexander, as well as talk about the new Public Service Announcement’s he’s directing for Moveon.org and VoteVets.org which present an anti-war stance from soldiers who were there. Stone will also discuss his take on our current administration and the war in Iraq, in comparison to the America of the 1960’s he examined in so many seminal films. Perhaps he’ll even give us a sneak peak into current and future film projects!
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