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Peter Lindsay Weir (born August 21, 1944) is an Australian film director, noted for films such as The Truman Show.

Born in Sydney, Australia, Weir attended The Scots College before studying art and law at the University of Sydney. His interest in film was sparked by his meeting with fellow students, including Phillip Noyce and the future members of the Sydney filmmaking collective Ubu Films.

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Filmography

Feature films

Short films

  • Three to Go (1971) (segment "Michael")

TV work




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