The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is a professional honorary organization composed of over 6,000 motion picture artists and craftsmen and women. The purposes of the Academy are to advance the arts and sciences of motion pictures; foster cooperation among creative leaders for cultural, educational and technological progress; recognize outstanding achievements; cooperate on technical research and improvement of methods and equipment; provide a common forum and meeting ground for various branches and
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of La Mancha," "The Hospital," "The In-Laws," "Silver Streak," "Author! Author!," "Outrageous Fortune" and "The Man in the Glass Booth."
Hiller's career spans many years and several media. It began in Canadian radio and moved into television in 1954 when he started directing for CBC Television. Shortly after, he was brought to the United States by Matinee Theatre and worked on many other prestigious television series such as "Playhouse 90," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "Gunsmoke" and "Naked City."