Filmmaker Gary Winick dead at 49

Filmmaker Gary Winick dead at 49
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 28 (UPI) — Canadian-born film director and producer Gary Winick has died after a long battle with brain cancer, his manager confirmed. He was 49.
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Movie Director Gary Winick, 49, Dies
Gary Winick, an under-the-radar filmmaker whose projects ranged from the fluffy mainstream hit Bride Wars to the hard-hitting indie Personal Velocity, died of brain cancer Sunday in New York, weeks short of his 50th birthday.

Gary Winick, Director and InDigEnt Founder, Dies at 49
Director Gary Winick died Sunday afternoon in New York, after a long battle with brain cancer. He was 49. Winick was known most recently for directing major-studio pictures, including “Bride Wars,” “Letters to Juliet,” “Charlotte’s Web” and “13 Going On 30.” However, he was also the founder of InDigEnt, an independent film company that produced “Pieces of April,” “Personal Velocity” and “Tadpole …
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