Al Reinert

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Al Reinert
Born Tokyo, Japan[1]
Occupation Director, producer, screenwriter
Years active 1989–present

Al Reinert is an American film director, screenwriter and producer. He co-wrote the screenplays for the Ron Howard film Apollo 13 and Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, but is best known for directing and producing For All Mankind, an award-winning documentary about NASA's Apollo program.

Awards and nominations[edit]

1989 International Documentary Association

  • Won - IDA Award - For All Mankind

1989 Sundance Film Festival

  • Won - Audience Award, Documentary - For All Mankind
  • Won - Grand Jury Prize, Documentary - For All Mankind

1990 Academy Awards

  • Nominated - Best Documentary, Features - For All Mankind (shared with Betsy Broyles Breier)

1996 Academy Awards

  • Nominated - Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium - Apollo 13 (shared with William Broyles, Jr.)

1996 PEN Center USA West Literary Awards

  • Won - Literary Award, Screenplay - Apollo 13 (shared with William Broyles, Jr.)

1996 USC Scripter Award

  • Nominated - Apollo 13 (Shared with William Broyles, Jr.)

1996 Writers Guild of America, USA Awards

  • Nominated - Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published - Apollo 13 (shared with William Broyles, Jr.)

2013 SXSW Film Festival

  • Won - Audience Award - An Unreal Dream: The Michael Morton Story

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