The homes are a concern. That is one of the reasons why we built the trustHomeless 'Slumdog' star gets new flat May 28, 2009
We've been trying for a long time to move them into legal accommodationBoyle working to get 'Slumdog' stars homes May 27, 2009
Despite intimidating odds, extraordinary work is going on to help people break the cycle of poverty through education. We're delighted that this initiative will add to that ongoing work'Slumdog' team donates $745K to charity Apr 16, 2009
Having benefited so much from the hospitality of the people of Mumbai it is only right that some of the success of the movie be (shared with) the city in areas where it is needed most and where it can make a real difference to some lives'Slumdog' team donates $745K to charity Apr 16, 2009
I don't know. It would just have to be the right thing, I guess. No, there's no problemEntertainment Today: Showbiz News May 09, 2003
Daniel "Danny" Boyle (born 20 October 1956) is an English filmmaker and producer. He is best known for his work on films such as Shallow Grave, Trainspotting, A Life Less Ordinary, The Beach, 28 Days Later, Millions, Sunshine, Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours. For Slumdog Millionaire, Boyle won numerous awards in 2008, including the Academy Award for Best Director. Boyle was presented with the Extraordinary Contribution to Filmmaking Award at the 2008 Austin Film Festival, where he also introduced that year's AFF Audience Award Winner Slumdog Millionaire. On 17 June 2010, it was announced that he will be the artistic director for the 2012 Olympic games opening ceremony.
Boyle was born on 20 October 1956 in Radcliffe, Lancashire, into a working-class Irish Catholic family. His mother was from Ballinasloe in County Galway, and his father was born in England to an Irish family.
It was a very strict, Catholic family. I was an altar boy for eight years, I was supposed to be a priest and really, it was my mother's fondest wish that I would become one.