Harry Ralston

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Harry Ralston is an American-born screenwriter, director and producer.[1]

After working in advertising in New York and then as a journalist covering bullfights for the Mexico City News, he moved to Los Angeles and wrote and directed the 2000 film The Last Man[2] with Jeri Ryan in her first starring role, and produced the 1999 Tamara Hernandez film Men Cry Bullets.[3] Men Cry Bullets won SXSW and five other festivals[4] and was released later that year.[5][6] The Last Man won Best Film in the Festival of Fantastic Films in London[7] as well a Lumière Award in the New Orleans Film Festival.[8] It was released by Lion's Gate.[9] He most recently[when?] co-wrote the MGM film Mexicali with Roger Avary, Cristian Gudegast & Paul Scheuring and Patrick Kelly.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blockbuster.com http://www.blockbuster.com/catalog/movieDetails/139081#readMore
  2. ^ AO Scott | The New York Times http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/review?res=9405EFDF123FF936A25751C0A9649C8B63
  3. ^ Men Cry Bullets – Movie Reviews, Photos & Videos, Layouts & Wallpapers, Fan Club
  4. ^ Filmmaker magazine
  5. ^ Independent magazine
  6. ^ Edward Stencel on Men Cry Bullets – The Lybarger Links Interview
  7. ^ Festival of Fantastic Films
  8. ^ The Last Man (2000) – Awards
  9. ^ http://www.imdb.com/company/co0060306/ Lions Gate Films [us]]
  10. ^ http://pro.imdb.com/title/tt0383504/