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2008 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Director Neil Burger arrives for the world premiere of "The Lucky Ones" at Roy Thomson Hall during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada on September 10, 2008. (UPI Photo/Christine Chew)
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Neil Burger is a Connecticut-born film director who has filmed the pseudo-documentary, Interview with the Assassin (2002), and the period drama, The Illusionist (2006).

After attending the Greenwich Country Day School in Greenwich CT, Burger graduated from Yale University with a degree in fine arts and later became involved with experimental film in the 1980s.

Burger, who directed and wrote Interview with an Assassin, won Best Feature for the film at the Woodstock Film Festival. Interview with the Assassin was also been nominated for three Independent Spirit Awards, including best First Feature.

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