Oliver Stone

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Noun1.Oliver Stone - United States filmmaker (born in 1946)
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[USA], Aug 14 (ANI): Academy award-winning actor Benicio Del Toro is all set to reteam with writer Oliver Stone for his next turn in the director's chair, 'White Lies'.
In Oliver Stone's laughable JFK, the murder of the slain president's brother Robert Kennedy is treated as further vindication for the director's madcap thesis that JFK was killed by the military industrial complex for attempting to withdraw American military officials from Vietnam.
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- American movie director Oliver Stone was Iran on Monday attending an international film festival.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Distinguished American director, screenwriter and producer, three-times Oscar winner, Oliver Stone is scheduled to attend the 2018 Fajr International Film Festival.
Film director Oliver Stone was dragged into a sexual assault row yesterday.
This has prompted many to come forward with their untoward experiences with the high and mighty in the movie industry.  The latest person to detail her experience is actor Patricia Arquette, who shared her "weird" encounter with director Oliver Stone on Twitter. 
About which war has Oliver Stone made a trilogy of movies?
Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone heads the jury, which also includes French cinematographer Agns Godard, Iranian auteur Bahman Ghobadi and South Korean filmmaker Sun-woo Jang.
Renny Marr, who was Blaze's back-up goalie last season, will join Swindon Wildcats teammate Oliver Stone, along with Jordan Stokes who continues his two-way deal with the club.
Arguably, American filmmaker Oliver Stone was well aware of the tangled relationship involving film, memory and history when he set out to direct his presidential trilogy: JFK (1991), Nixon (2005) and W.
He was attending a screening of the forthcoming movie about whistleblower Edward Snowden - having previously praised his moral courage - and posed with the film's director, Oliver Stone.
Oliver Stone must have been shocked when he read the reviews of "Snowden." Not because they were mixed-to-negative, but because of one of the central criticisms: That Stone, in making a docudrama about Edward Snowden, was too restrained and too sober --that he didn't come close enough to making an "Oliver Stone film."