Ronald F. Maxwell

5 Jan 1949

Director, Writer, Producer

Ronald F. Maxwell (born January 5, 1949) is an independent film director and writer from Clifton, New Jersey. He is most famous for writing and directing the American Civil War epics Gettysburg, 1993 and Gods and Generals, 2003.
In 2007, Maxwell optioned the film rights to novelist Speer Morgan's 1979 book Belle Starr. Starr was a legendary female outlaw of the Old West.
A New Jersey native, Maxwell attended Clifton High School. He graduated from New York University (NYU) Institute of Film 1970. Fluent in French, Maxwell is a member of the Writers Guild of America, Directors Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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Filmography (7 titles)

(movie, 2013)
···Copperhead
Genre: Drama, History
Role: Director
(movie, 2003)
···Gods and Generals
Genre: Drama, History, War
Role: Director, Producer, Writer
(movie, 1993)
···Gettysburg
Genre: Drama, History, War
Role: Director, Writer
(movie, 1986)
···The Parent Trap II
Genre: Comedy, Family
Role: Director
(movie, 1984)
···Kidco
Genre: Comedy
Role: Director
Genre: Drama, Music
Role: Director
(movie, 1980)
···Little Darlings
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Role: Director