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  • Ora originally approached the production hoping to contribute to the film's soundtrack and instead was asked to audition for the role of Mia Grey by the director of the film, Sam Taylor-Johnson.Rita Ora-Wikipedia
  • Sam Taylor-Johnson has made a number of time-lapse films capturing the gradual decay of classically arranged still lifes.Mold-Wikipedia
  • Wonder Woman was released in June 2017 and gave Jenkins the biggest domestic opening for a female director, surpassing previous record holder Fifty Shades of Grey by Sam Taylor-Johnson.Patty Jenkins-Wikipedia
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  • The producers met with three sets of directors and writers—among them Gabriele Muccino, Ferzan Özpetek, and Sam Taylor-Johnson —but could not find anyone who would commit to the project.Call Me by Your Name (film)-Wikipedia
  • Aaron Johnson began a relationship with director Sam Taylor-Wood, after meeting on the set of the film Nowhere Boy.Aaron Taylor-Johnson-Wikipedia

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