David Fincher is known around the world as a music and film director. When Fincher was a young boy, he began creating movies on a 8 mm camera. Fincher began his journey for film by working on productions such as Indiana "Jones and the Temple of Doom", "Twice Upon a Time", and "Return of the Jedi". He directed a commercial for the American Cancer Society which captured the interest of Los Angeles producers. In 1985, L.A producers gave Fincher the opportunity to become the director of a documentary film known as "The Beat of the Live Drum". Fincher later went on to work with other well known companies, such as Nike, Pepsi, Levi's, Sony, Revlon, and Converse.
In 2010 and 2008, Fincher was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director for the films "The Social Network" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". Fincher was determined to pursue his film career; therefore he united with the video production company "Propaganda Films". He began shooting TV commercials and music videos. Other film directors got their chance to display their talents and skills through Propaganda Films, such as Michael Bay, Antonie Fuqua, Zack Snyder, Alex Proyas, Gore Verbinski, Spike Jonze, Mark Romanek, Michel Gondry, and Paul Rachman. In 1992, Fincher was the director in the film in "Alien 3" which was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Director and Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation.
In 1995, his role as director for the film "Seven" was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Director. Fincher received a Hochi Film Award for Best Foreign Language Film and a Sant Jordi Award for Best Foreign Film. He also received a Blue Ribbon Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In 1997, Fincher was the director for "The Game" and "Fight Club" in 1999. "Fight Club" was nominated for the Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Director. In 2001, "The Hire" was produce by David Fincher.
In 2002, Fincher directed the film "Panic Room". In 2005, he served as the executive producer for the movie "Lord of Dogtown". "Love and Other Disasters" was produced by Fincher in 2006. In 2007, "Zodiac" was nominated by the Empire Award for Best Director, Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Director, Bodil Award for Best American Film, Toronto Film Critics Association and Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Director to name a few.
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