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THE SWITCH

WILL SPECK (Director) grew up in New York and Shaker Heights, Ohio. JOSH GORDON (Director) grew up in Berkeley, California, and Los Angeles. They met in the film program at NYU and began working together as a writing and co-directing team, making several awardwinning short films, including "Culture” starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Greg Germann and Florence Stanley, which was nominated for an Academy Award®.

When they weren't working on studio and TV script assignments, Speck and Gordon began directing commercials, first at Ridley and Tony Scott's RSA Productions and then at their current company, Furlined. Over the last seven years, team Speck/Gordon has directed hundreds of commercials and won numerous awards in the United States and Europe for clients like Levi's, Pepsi, Visa, Samsung and GEICO, including the popular "Cavemen” campaign.

In 2007, Speck and Gordon directed their first feature film, the Will Ferrell ice-skating comedy "Blades of Glory” for DreamWorks/MTV Films. Following that, they directed and executive-produced the TV series "Cavemen” for ABC.

Speck and Gordon are currently developing a comedy with Scott Stuber at DreamWorks focused around an original idea set at an office Christmas party that is being written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore ("The Hangover”). Speck and Gordon are also executive- producing the project. In addition they are developing another film with Mandate Pictures, which is a comedy about the Persian community in Los Angeles.

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