Internationally renowned Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg turns 70 on March 15. The Toronto-based director behind such films as "Videodrome," "The Fly," "Eastern Promises," and "Cosmopolis" is generally recognized as one of the most enigmatic and boundary-pushing filmmakers currently working, and is often called the father of the body horror genre. Cronenberg's films -- even his most mainstream movies -- are often preoccupied with concepts of disease, deterioration, physical transformation, and reality versus illusion. Never the most commercially successful filmmaker, Cronenberg's movies may not top the box office, but they're sure to always leave you thinking about it afterwards.
Here's a look back at some of the many highlights from Cronenberg's long and varied career.Read More »from David Cronenberg turns 70 — a look at his filmmaking career