A Bookprint is the list of five books that leave an indelible mark on our lives, shaping who we are and who we become.
You are what you read.
Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Richard Curtis is an Emmy® Award-winning, Oscar® and Golden Globe®-nominated film and television writer, director and producer. He achieved breakthrough success with his 1994 screenplay for the film “Four Weddings and a Funeral.” He followed that with the comedy “Bean” (1997) and the wildly successful films, “Notting Hill” (1999) starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, “Bridget Jones Diary” (2000, sequel 2004) with Renee Zellwegger, and “Love Actually” (2003), which he also directed. He received his Emmy® Award for the HBO film “The Girl in the Café” (2005). His latest screenplay, “War Horse,” was directed by Steven Spielberg. Richard is also one of the founders of both “Comic Relief” and “Make Poverty History” and he organized the “Live 8” concerts with Bob Geldof. All of his charitable efforts are focused on inspiring people to instill positive change and free the world of poverty.