Walter Hill

During the course of his notable career, Walter Hill has been a writer, director and producer on projects ranging from classic Westerns to action-packed thrillers and noir dramas, all marked with his unique visceral style. He most recently wrote and directed the Western Dead For a Dollar, starring Christoph Waltz, Willem Dafoe, Rachel Brosnahan and Benjamin Bratt, which is in theaters and on digital on September 30. Hill directed the smash hits 48 Hrs. and Another 48 Hrs. and is best-known for such acclaimed films as The Driver, The Warriors, Southern Comfort and The Long Riders. He also directed the pilot of HBO’s hit show Deadwood and the Emmy-winning miniseries Broken Trail. In addition to his work in the cinema and television, Hill has also written three graphic novels which have been published in France (Balles Perdues, Corps et Âme and Le Specimen), the second of which served as the basis for his 2016 film, The Assignment. (Photo by François Bouchon.)


Three Great Things: Walter Hill

By Walter Hill | September 28, 2022

Three Great Things: Walter Hill

The legendary director, whose new Western, Dead for a Dollar, hits theaters this Friday, shares some of his favorite stuff in life.