Evita And Fame Director Alan Parker Has Died At 76

Alan Parker, the revered filmmaker behind unforgettable crime dramas Mississippi Burning and Midnight Express and movie musicals Fame, Evita and The Commitments has died at the age of 76 after battling a lengthy illness. The British director, writer and founding member of the Directors Guild of Great Britain leaves a significant legacy on Hollywood as he is mourned by the industry today.

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