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ANDREW FLEMING (Director) co-wrote and directed the political comedy Dick, a satire about the Nixon Watergate scandal, starring Kirsten Dunst, and The Craft, a comic thriller about teens involved in witchcraft, starring Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell and Rachel True.  For the independent feature Threesome, a romantic coming-of-age comedy starring Lara Flynn Boyle, Stephen Baldwin and Josh Charles, Fleming was both director and sole screenwriter. 

Most recently, he directed the pilot for The WB Network's series Grosse Pointe, for which he also served as series producer.

Fleming studied filmmaking at New York University's prestigious film school, where P.P.T., one of his three award-winning student films, earned him a major studio fellowship. His filmmaking debut, the 1988 stylish psychological horror film Bad Dreams, which he co-wrote and directed, teamed him with producer Gale Ann Hurd of Terminator fame.

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