(Director/Producer/Screenwriter) previously directed and co-wrote the hit comedy
"Road Trip," which was his first major studio release and his first
collaboration with The Montecito Picture Company. Phillips is next set to direct
"Starsky & Hutch," the big-screen version of the popular 1970s cop
series, which stars Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and Snoop Dogg.
Phillips graduated from New York University Film School in 1994. While attending
NYU, he produced and directed his first documentary, "Hated," about
America's most dangerous punk rocker, GG Allin. The film was released
theatrically in the U.S. and Europe.
His next film was the critically acclaimed and equally controversial documentary
"Frat House," which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1998 Sundance Film
Festival. He followed that success with "Bittersweet Motel," a
documentary on the rock band Phish, which was released theatrically in the fall
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