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THE FAMILY STONE

THOMAS BEZUCHA (Director, Writer) grew up in Amherst, Massachusetts, a New England academic community much like that depicted in THE FAMILY STONE. He attended the Otis Parsons School of Design in New York where he studied fashion.

Prior to embarking on his filmmaking career, Bezucha served as Vice President of Creative Services for COACH, where he helped reshape the company's brand and image.

Before that, he spent eight years with POLO/Ralph Lauren, where, as Senior Director of Creative Services, he set visual direction for interiors, windows and store design worldwide.

Bezucha's first feature film, "Big Eden,” was a festival favorite in 2000, winning over 15 festival awards and receiving a GLAAD nomination upon its theatrical release. Bezucha was selected by Variety as one of its "10 Screenwriters to Watch” in 2000 for "Big Eden” and its unusual take on small town life in rural Montana.

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