Chances are most people have seen at least one Steven Spielberg movie in their lives. That's
because he is the director behind box-office hits that span the decades, from Jaws to E.T. to
Saving Private Ryan.
Ranking #7 on Forbes' The 2009 Celebrity 100 list, Spielberg has used his millions and his tremendous influence to promote the issues he feels strongly about.
When Spielberg was in college, his short film Amblin was screened at the Atlanta Film Festival, and the rest is movie history. Learn more about this prolific director at the following sites:
Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation
After directing Schindler's List, Spielberg established this organization to chronicle
firsthand accounts of the Holocaust. The site offers contact information as well as updates
on the status of the project.
Spielberg is co-chairman of this foundation that helps seriously ill children in a variety of ways.
One project brings videoconferencing technology to children's hospitals so they can form a community with other kids around the country.
Bios and Movies
Lots of photo stills and information on buying the Indiana Jones collection, directed by Steven Spielberg.
Read the about all of Spielberg's films, get the scoop on his next project and
browse through the photo gallery.
Want to know more about this studio named for founders Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and
David Geffen? This site offers a company history and information about upcoming movies, such as Evolution and Shrek.