Born in January 1st, 1960
Timothy Hines is an American film director, writer and producer. He directed the movie War of the Worlds The True Story, a picture that played in theaters across the United States and at the Laemmle Playhouse 7 in Pasadena for an Oscar qualifying run. Hines' movie received a rave review in the Los Angeles Times and qualified for the 85th Oscar race. The picture was the second outing for Hines at War of the Worlds. In 2005, Hines produced a version of War of the Worlds that sold 700,000 DVDs and earned $7 million, though he was dissatisfied with the movie. Two years later Hines remade the picture as War of the Worlds The True Story, a mock documentary based on the interviews of Bertie Wells, the last living survivor of the Earth/Mar war that took place in 1900. Hines latest outing has been well received. Formerly, Timothy Hines directed a feature film version of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM filmed in a lush rain forest. Hines founded the film production company Pendragon Pictures with colleague Susan Goforth.