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Michael Nozik


Michael Nozik

Michael Nozik
Born Michael Gary Nozik
Holyoke, MA, USA
Occupation Film Producer
Years active 1981 - present

Michael Nozik is an American film producer. He won a BAFTA award for The Motorcycle Diaries in the category of 'Best Film Not In The English Language' in 2004. His credits also include Love in the Time of Cholera, Syriana, Quiz Show, and The Legend of Bagger Vance.


Year Film As Notes
1985 Death of a Salesman Associate Producer[1]
1987 China Girl Producer[1]
1988 Crossing Delancey Producer[1]
Salaam Bombay! Executive Producer[1]
1900 Criminal Justice Producer[1]
1991 Mississippi Masala Producer[1]
1991 Thunderheart Executive Producer[1]
1994 Quiz Show Producer[1] Academy Awards: Best Picture Nominee[1]
1995 The Perez Family Producer[1]
1996 She's the One Executive Producer[1]
1998 No Looking Back Producer[1]
Slums of Beverly Hills Producer[1]
2000 How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog Producer[1]
The Legend of Bagger Vance Producer[1]
2002 Love in the Time of Money Executive Producer[1]
People I Know Producer[1]
Skinwalkers Executive Producer (TV Movie)[1]
2004 The Motorcycle Diaries Producer[1] BAFTA Award Winner: Best Film Not in the English Language[1]
2005 Game 6 Executive Producer[1]
Great New Wonderful Executive Producer[1]
Twelve and Holding Executive Producer[1]
Syriana Producer[1]
2007 Love in the Time of Cholera Executive Producer[1]
2008 The Narrows Executive Producer[1]
2010 The Next Three Days Producer[1]
2012 Third Person Producer[1]


External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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