Director and co-writer ANDREW FLEMING
studied filmmaking at New York University Film School where he
directed three award-winning short films: "In the Dark,"
a drama about teenage drug abuse (which won the NYU Best Film
Award and placed second in the Mobil Awards); "Prisoner,"
a mixture of live action and animation about a man becoming trapped
inside a painting (which was a finalist in the Mobil Awards and
the Focus Awards); and the comedy short "P.P.T.," which
won Fleming a fellowship at Warner Bros. Fleming also received
the Peter Stark Scholarship at NYU for two years and represented
the student body at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
Fleming has directed and co-written three feature films: "The
Craft," "Threesome" and the psychological thriller
"Bad Dreams," which was produced by Gale Anne Hurd.
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