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BART FREUNDLICH (Director) wrote and directed his first feature, "The Myth of Fingerprints,” when he was 26 years old. The film starred Julianne Moore, Roy Scheider, Blythe Danner and Noah Wyle, was produced by Tim Perell in association with Good Machine, and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, later winning the Audience Award in Deauville.

In 2001, Freundlich wrote and directed the drama "World Traveler,” his second project with producer Tim Perell, which starred Billy Crudup and Julianne Moore.

Freundlich grew up in New York City and attended film school at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He wrote and directed the short film "A Dog Race in Alaska,” starring Sam Waterston and James Waterston, as well as the documentary "Hired Hands.”


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