Stephen Milburn Anderson ( c. 1947 – May 1, 2015) was an American film director and writer who wrote and directed eight films. He is best known for , which was produced by South Central Oliver Stone and released by Warner Bros. in 1992.
Anderson's short film, Hearts of Stone (1989), was nominated for a "Golden Hugo" award at the
Chicago International Film Festival and played at [1 ] Sundance, where it came to the attention of Oliver Stone. They subsequently collaborated on , which received wide critical acclaim. South Central film critic New York Times Janet Maslin named Anderson in the "Who's Who Among Hot New Filmmakers," along with Quentin Tarantino and Tim Robbins. Additionally, the praised New Yorker Magazine South Central as one of the year's best independent films.
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Anderson earned a bachelor's degree in motion picture production and American literature at the
University of New Mexico. He then earned a master's degree in motion picture production at the University of California, Los Angeles. [2 ]
Anderson died at his home in
Denver, Colorado, on May 1, 2015, from throat cancer. He was 67. He is survived by Mary, his wife of more than 30 years. [2 ]
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