Hal Salwen  

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Hal Salwen is an American Independent filmmaker best known for writing and directing the critically acclaimed Denise Calls Up (1996), notable for being the only American film to win a prize that year at the Cannes Film Festival.

Salwen's other films include His & Hers (1998), starring Liev Schreiber, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and Duane Incarnate (2005), which stars Kristen Johnston. Other credits include the screenplays for the Showtime crime thrillers Deadly Surveillance and Probable Cause.




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