FRANK CORACI (Director) teams with Adam Sandler for the
second time, having also directed the hit film "The Wedding
Singer," which costarred Drew Barrymore.
Coraci and Sandler started working together during their undergraduate
years at New York University. After receiving his BFA in film
from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Coraci spent several years
making short films (such as his award-winning "Coffee"),
music videos, and travel documentaries. Coraci also directed and
cowrote his feature film debut, "Murdered Innocence,"
which won Best Feature Film Award, Best Screenplay, and Best Directorial
Debut at the 11th Annual Long Island Film Festival.
Coraci has collaborated with Sandler on a variety of projects,
including the comedy CDs "What the Hell Happened to Me?"
and "What's Your Name?" and the music videos "Steve
Polychronopoulos" and "The Lonesome Kicker."
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