ANDREW FLEMING directed and co-wrote the film "Hamlet 2" which premiered at the
Sundance Film Festival. Previously, he 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 supernatural
thriller about teens involved in witchcraft, starring Fairuza Balk, Robin
Tunney, Neve Campbell and Rachel True. For the independent feature "Threesome,"
which also premiered at Sundance, Fleming served as both director and sole
screenwriter. He directed the feature film version of "Nancy Drew" starring Emma
Roberts, and before that the comedy "The In-Laws," teaming Michael Douglas with
Fleming studied filmmaking at New York University's film school, where "P.P.T,"
one of his three award-winning student films, earned him a fellowship at Warner
Brothers upon graduation. His filmmaking debut, the 1988 psychological thriller
"Bad Dreams," which he co-wrote and directed, teamed him with producer Gale Ann
Hurd of "Terminator" fame. His television credits include "Arrested Development"
"The Michael J Fox Show" and "Grosse Pointe."
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