Payne voted in top ten Greeks of diaspora
Award nominated film director Alexander Payne has been awarded with a top nod for Greeks of the diaspora in the US, for making a mark in 2011
Award nominated film director Alexander Payne has been awarded with a top nod for Greeks of the diaspora in the US, for making a mark in 2011. Alongside CEOs, strategists and a professional basketball player, Payne was given the honour for his contribution to film.
After a seven year break from directing film and screen writing, Payne has made a glorious comeback with his Golden Globe-nominated movie The Descendants. Starring actor George Clooney, the film has been receiving rave reviews all over the world.
In next week's Neos Kosmos, we will be featuring a one-on-one interview with the director as he delves into independent filmmaking, themes and the movie that might just score him that elusive Oscar.
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