Patrick Stettner

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Patrick Stettner is an American film director and writer. His first film, Flux, was released in 1996 as a short, and starred Allison Janney in an early role. He went on to direct and write the screenplay for The Business of Strangers in 2001, which earned him a Grand Jury Prize nomination at the Sundance Film Festival of that year and earned lead actress Stockard Channing an AFI nomination for Best Female Actress.[1] In 2006, he then wrote and directed The Night Listener, an adaptation of Armistead Maupin's eponymous semi-autobiographical 2000 novel, which landed less-than-stellar reviews from critics. He has not directed any films since The Night Listener.

He is an alumnus of Columbia University School of the Arts' film division.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Festival Category Nominated work Result
1996 Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films Student Award: Best Drama
Flux
Won
Student Award: Best Student Film Won
1997 Uppsala International Short Film Festival Film Jackdaw: Best Short Fiction Film A (under 20 minutes) Won
2001 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic
The Business of Strangers
Nominated
San Francisco International Film Festival SKYY Prize Won
Deauville American Film Festival Grand Special Prize Nominated
Stockholm International Film Festival Bronze Horse Nominated
2002 Paris Film Festival Grand Prix Nominated
Special Jury Prize Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Patrick Stettner - Full Biography". The New York Times.

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