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Matthew Harrison directed movies on the streets of New York City as a child while attending NY Public School. His feature debut Spare Me, a dark comedy, won awards internationally. Harrison's second feature film Rhythm Thief caught Martin Scorsese's eye when the picture won a Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Scorsese executive produced ... See full bio »

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 2010 The Aristofrogs (Short)
 2010 Hey Vendor! (Short)
 2001 Dead Last (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Jane's Exit (2001)
 2000 Wrist
 1999 Eureka
 1999 Popular (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Queen B. (1999)
 1998 The Bystander from Hell (Short)
 1998 Sex and the City (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- The Drought (1998)
 1997 Penis (Short)
 1997 Puke
 1997 The Good Life (uncredited)
 1994 Rhythm Thief
 1993 Spare Me
 1989 Two Boneheads (Short)
 1988 Santaphobia
 1987 Apartment Eight (Short)
 1987 Consumed
 1987 Three
 1987 Waking Up Crazy (Short)
 1985 Mister Brain
 1985 West Side Evan (Short)
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