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-{{Template}}+{{Template}}'''Steven Shainberg''' (born [[5 February]] [[1963]]) is an [[United States|American]] [[film director]] and [[Film producer|producer]].
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 +Shainberg received his BA from [[Yale University]] in English Literature and East Asian studies. After graduation, he worked as a location manager, assistant director, production coordinator, and assistant editor on a number of films, commercials, and rock videos. He also worked as an independent producer developing adaptations of [[Joseph Conrad]]’s ''[[The Secret Agent]]'' and [[Henry James]]’ ''The Americans''. At the American Film Institute, he directed and wrote four short films including ''The Prom'' starring [[Jennifer Jason Leigh]] and [[J. T. Walsh]]. ''The Prom'' won the Grand Prize at the Houston International Film Festival, the Critics’ Award at the Breckenridge Film Festival, and the Silver Medal for Drama at the New York Film Festival.
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 +In 1998, his short film series “Mr. Virgil” ran for almost six months on [[MTV]] as well as his video for [[Debbie Harry]]’s "Strike Me Pink".
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Steven Shainberg (born 5 February 1963) is an American film director and producer.

Shainberg received his BA from Yale University in English Literature and East Asian studies. After graduation, he worked as a location manager, assistant director, production coordinator, and assistant editor on a number of films, commercials, and rock videos. He also worked as an independent producer developing adaptations of Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent and Henry JamesThe Americans. At the American Film Institute, he directed and wrote four short films including The Prom starring Jennifer Jason Leigh and J. T. Walsh. The Prom won the Grand Prize at the Houston International Film Festival, the Critics’ Award at the Breckenridge Film Festival, and the Silver Medal for Drama at the New York Film Festival.

In 1998, his short film series “Mr. Virgil” ran for almost six months on MTV as well as his video for Debbie Harry’s "Strike Me Pink".



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