|Born||September 16, 1941|
New York, United States
|Occupation||Television and film director, producer, screenwriter|
Richard Brody, writing for The New Yorker, named McBride as one of the twelve greatest living narrative filmmakers, citing David Holzman's Diary as a "time capsule of sights and sounds, ideas and moods, politics and history", and "one of the greatest first films", but noted that he only considered him one of the greatest for that specific film.
- Mannheim-Heidelberg International Filmfestival: Grand Prize; for David Holzman's Diary; 1967.
- Cognac Festival du Film Policier: Grand Prix; for The Big Easy; 1987.
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