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SETH GORDON (Director) makes his feature narrative film debut with "Four Christmases.” Gordon recently directed the critically acclaimed documentary film "The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters.” It won Best Documentary awards from the Dallas/Fort Worth Film Critics, Online Film Critics and Ohio Film Critics associations. Gordon is a graduate of Yale University, where he studied architecture and documentary film. He has directed several short films—"Squirt,” "Fears of a Clown” and "The Problem with Percival”—that won awards at the Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals, and appeared on AMC. He also produced and edited the acclaimed Sundance documentary "New York Doll,” theatrically released in 2005. Gordon was a contributing producer and cinematographer on the Dixie Chicks' Oscar®-nominated documentary "Shut Up And Sing,” released in 2006.

Among his upcoming projects, Gordon has been tapped to direct the narrative remake of "The King of Kong,” and is also set to direct the feature "The Only Living Boy in New York.”


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