About Bartholomew Freundlich
He is an American director, screenwriter and producer. He grew up in Manhattan and eventually graduated with a double major in Cinema Studies and Film and Television Production from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Before the creation of his first full length film, Hired Hands (which would go on to receive praise and awards at the Sundance Film Festival) in 1994, Freundlich had written and directed a short film titled A Dog Race in Alaska and a documentary titled Hired Hands.
He has been in a relationship with actress Julianne Moore since 1996. He and Moore married in 2003. The couple had a son, Caleb, in 1997 and a daughter, Liv Helen, in 2002. Moore has also appeared in three of Freundlich's films.
* A Dog Race in Alaska (1993)
* Hired Hands (1994)
* The Myth of Fingerprints (1997)
* World Traveler (2001)
* Catch That Kid (2004)
* Trust The Man (2005)
* The Rebound (2009)