Stephen Milburn Anderson

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Stephen Milburn Anderson is an American film director and writer who has written and directed eight movies. He is best known for South Central, which was produced by Oliver Stone and released by Warner Bros. in 1992.

Career[edit]

Anderson's short film, Hearts of Stone, was the 1987 runner-up for Academy Award and played at Sundance, where it came to the attention of Oliver Stone. They subsequently collaborated on South Central, which received wide critical acclaim. New York Times film critic Janet Maslin named Anderson in the "Who's Who Among Hot New Filmmakers," along with Quentin Tarantino and Tim Robbins. Additionally, New Yorker Magazine praised South Central as one of the year's best Independent films.

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

Year Title Notes
1988 Hearts of Stone
1992 South Central
1997 Dead Men Can't Dance
2010 CASH Official website

Producer[edit]

Year Title Notes
1987 Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall
1988 ...They Haven't Seen This... (executive producer)
Sapphire Man (executive producer)
Mr. Fixit
Homesick (executive producer)
Hearts of Stone
1989 Conquering Space (executive producer)
1990 Teach 109 TV (executive producer)
1990 Peacemaker TV (executive producer)
1991 Open Window TV (executive producer)
1991 To the Moon, Alice TV
1992 South Central
2000 Guns on the Table
2010 CASH

Writer[edit]

Year Title Notes
1988 Hearts of Stone
1992 South Central
2002 Dog Eat Dog TV Series
2010 CASH

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