Matthew Barton

Matthew Barton



Matthew Barton is a highly respected film director, known for his directing style that focuses on realism, character development, and a strong visual style.

Born in 1985, Matthew grew up in a small rural town in the Midwest. He was passionate about film from a young age, and often experimented with his father's VHS camera. After graduating high school, Matthew attended film school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in film production.

Upon graduating, Matthew moved to Los Angeles and began working as an assistant director on various independent films. In 2010, he wrote and directed his first feature film, a low-budget drama called "The Reunion." The film was well-received by critics, and it won several awards at film festivals.

In 2011, Matthew was hired as the director of photography for a major studio production, "The Darkest Hour." The film was a success, and it earned Matthew his first Emmy Award for Best Cinematography.

Since then, Matthew has gone on to direct several other feature films, including the critically acclaimed "Runaway Train," a drama about a group of runaway teenagers, and the romantic comedy "Love At First Sight," which won two Golden Globe Awards. He has also directed several television shows, including "The Mindy Project" and "Stranger Things."

Matthew is known for his willingness to work with new and unknown actors, and many of his films have featured first-time actors who have gone on to become successful. He is also known for his attention to detail, and his films often feature complex and intricate visual effects.

Matthew is currently directing his latest feature film, an adaptation of a classic novel set in the 1930s. He has also recently directed several television series, and he is currently in pre-production for a new feature film.

Matthew Barton is a highly respected director whose films have won numerous awards and been praised by critics around the world. He continues to push the boundaries of filmmaking and create unique and memorable stories.

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