Steven Soderbergh is a writer, director, producer, cinematographer, and editor. He most recently directed the features No Sudden Move and Let Them All Talk, which debuted on HBO Max in July 2021 and December 2020, respectively. His television film Behind The Candelabra, for which he won a 2013 Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing, debuted on HBO in May of that year. He earned the Academy Award in 2000 for directing Traffic, and in the same year was nominated for Erin Brockovich. Soderbergh earlier gained an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay for sex, lies, and videotape, his feature film directorial debut. That film also won the Palme d’Or at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival. Among his other credits are the HBO limited series Mosaic, the 2014-2015 Cinemax series The Knick, and the HBO series K Street, and the films The Laundromat, High Flying Bird, Unsane, Logan Lucky, Side Effects, Magic Mike, Haywire, Contagion, And Everything is Going Fine, The Informant!, The Girlfriend Experience, Che, the Ocean’s Trilogy, The Good German, Bubble, Solaris, Full Frontal, The Limey, Out of Sight, Schizopolis, Gray’s Anatomy, The Underneath, King of the Hill, and Kafka. His film Equilibrium, one of a trio of short eroticism-themed films released as Eros, also included segments directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and Wong Kar-wai. Eros premiered at the 2004 Venice Film Festival. In December 2009, Soderbergh created and directed the play Tot Mom at the Sydney Theatre Company. While in Sydney, he also directed the film, The Last Time I Saw Michael Gregg, an improvised comedy starring the cast of Tot Mom. In April of 2014, he directed the world premiere of Scott Z. Burns’ play The Library at New York’s Public Theater. In addition, Soderbergh has produced or executive produced a wide range of projects. This spring, he will be directing the third film in the Magic Mike series, Magic Mike’s Last Dance.