Darren Aronofsky is an acclaimed American director, producer, and screenwriter noted for his surrealistic and often disturbing films. He began his career in filmmaking at Harvard University and gained attention with his first feature film, ‘Pi’ in 1998. He furthered his reputation with movies like ‘Requiem for a Dream’ (2000) and received an Oscar nomination for ‘Black Swan’ (2010). His film ‘Noah’ (2014) became controversial and faced bans in some countries. In 2018, Aronofsky also produced the documentary series ‘One Strange Rock’ for National Geographic.