Who Was The Director Of 'Titanic'?


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Gemma Wyer Profile
Gemma Wyer answered
James Cameron was director, writer and co-producer of the 1997 movie, Titanic.

The film starred Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, and was nominated for fourteen Academy Awards, winning eleven of them. It was the highest-grossing film of all time until 2009, when James Cameron's film Avatar overtook it.

The inspiration behind Titanic was James Cameron's fascination with shipwrecks, and he visited the wreck of the Titanic himself on twelve occasions, for an average of sixteen hours each time. 

Cameron wanted to honor the victims of the tragedy, so also spent six months researching all the crew and passengers who perished.

Filming Titanic.
A reconstruction of the Titanic was built, as well as scale models for filming, and computer-generated imagery was used to re-create the sinking. 

At the time, Titanic was the most expensive movie ever made, at an estimated cost of $200 million.

James Cameron, Director, Writer and Co-Producer of Titanic James Cameron was born on August 16th, 1954 in Ontario, Canada. He has been married five times and is estimated to be worth $700 million.

Cameron has directed and written many famous movies, including -
1  True Lies
2  Terminator 3  Aliens 4  The Abyss
Bil Nutt Profile
Bil Nutt answered
James Cameron directed TITANIC. He was also the director of the first two TERMINATOR movies and THE ABYSS, and he was a co-writer of RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD II.

He has a reputation for being arrogant and demanding, and he's not the subtlest filmmaker in the world. But when he clicks, he clicks. He keeps things moving, and he does a decent job with special effects.

Hope this answers your question!

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