Bingham Ray, a veteran of the independent film scene, died Monday in Provo, Utah, following complications of a stroke. He was 57.
His death was announced by the San Francisco Film Society, where he took over as executive director in November.
Ray, who began his career as manager/programmer of the Bleecker Street Cinema in 1981, left his mark on the independent film scene, where he helped bring such movies as Mike Leigh's Secrets & Lies and Lars von Trier's Breaking the Waves to American audiences.
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