Abel Ferrara

Abel Ferrara at the [[2017 Cannes Film Festival]] Abel Ferrara (; born July 19, 1951) is an American filmmaker, known for the provocative and often controversial content in his movies and his use and redefinition of neo-noir imagery. A long-time independent filmmaker, some of his best known movies include the New York-set, gritty crime thrillers ''The Driller Killer'' (1979), ''Ms .45'' (1981), ''King of New York'' (1990), ''Bad Lieutenant'' (1992) and ''The Funeral'' (1996), chronicling violent crime in urban settings with spiritual overtones.

Ferrara also worked in a wide array of genres, including the sci-fi remake ''Body Snatchers'' (1993), cyberpunk thriller ''New Rose Hotel'' (1998), the religious drama ''Mary'' (2005), the black comedy ''Go Go Tales'' (2007), and the biopic ''Pasolini'' (2014), as well as in several documentary filmmaking projects. Provided by Wikipedia

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