This Biography is about one of the best Writer Quentin Tarantino including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Quentin Tarantino
|T V & Movie Producers, Cinematographers, Directors, Writers
|Quentin Jerome Tarantino
|Personal Life of Quentin Tarantino
|27 March 1963
|Grouping of People
|Native Americans, School Dropouts
|Family Background of Quentin Tarantino
|Tanya Marie – Ronnajean Tarantino Murphy – Edward Tarantino,
|Narbonne High School
|1994 – Cannes Film Festival award for Palme d 1995 – Academy Award for Best Writing (screenplay) 1995 – BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay
|1995 – Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay 2010 – Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for best original screenplay 2012 – Hollywood Film Festival award for best screenwriter award 2013 – Academy Award Best Writing (Original Screenplay) 2013 – BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay 2013 – Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Original Screenplay 2013 – Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay
|Personal Fact of Quentin Tarantino
Either an individual grasps Quentin Tarantino’s films, or doesn’t. Those who do understand his movies, relate to his craft of making a daring fusion of thrillers, neo-noir, and non-linear films. Those who do not apprehend his films, pass them off as mere art-house cinema material. Nonetheless, Quentin Tarantino has grown to become one of the biggest names in Hollywood.
Not only has he managed to gather a cult following for his films, he, unlike his previous generation of filmmakers, has understood in entirety, what kind of films get the audiences flocking to cinema halls. From the famous Pulp Fiction to Inglorious Basterds and Reservoir Dogs to Natural Born Killers, he has come a long way from working in a video rental store to one of the most legendary director-screenwriters of all time.
Through most part of his life, he juggled as the multifaceted actor, director, screenwriter and producer and in the latter part of his life, decided to stick to doing what he knew best – direction and production. One would be able to spot a Quentin Tarantino classic from a mile away. His films are pregnant with dissimilar traditions, gangster violence, Blaxploitation themes and accented language.