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ANDREW FLEMING (Director, Screenplay) co-wrote and directed the political comedy "Dick,” a satire about the Nixon Watergate scandal, starring Kirsten Dunst, Michelle Williams and Will Ferrell; and "The Craft,” a comic thriller about teenaged girls 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 served as both director and sole screenwriter. Most recently he directed the feature comedy "The In-Laws,” teaming Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks.

Fleming studied filmmaking at New York University's film school. His filmmaking debut, the 1988 psychological thriller "Bad Dreams,” which he co-wrote and directed, teamed him with producer Gale Anne Hurd of "Terminator” fame.

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