But for much of the 1980s, Irvin worked at the distribution house, Spectrafilm, working his way from marketing to special projects, including designing posters. During this time, the company distributed many US and foreign films, including Paul Verhoeven's "The Fourth Man" (Netherlands, 1982), Francois Truffaut's "Confidentially Yours" (France, 1983), Jean-Luc Godard's "The Detective" (France, 1985) and Fran Rubel Kuzui's "Tokyo Pop" (1988).
While working at Spectrafilm, Irvin produced the light comedies "The First Time" (1982), starring Wallace Shawn, and "Sticky Fingers" (1988), featuring Helen Slater and Melanie Mayron. He also won praise for the darkly amusing short "Double Negative" (... Continue Bio >>
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