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Jeffrey Arsenault

Jeffrey Arsenault began making films in New York's Lower East Side in the 1980s. His films were shown at bars, cafes, clubs, galleries and underground screening rooms. An early short, "Tompkins Square Park Of Death", screened at the New York Film Festival Downtown and toured Europe. His first feature, Night Owl (1993) (starring John Leguizamo), ... See full bio »

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Night Owl
Night Owl Director
Domestic Strangers
Passing Time
Passing Time Director
Blood Craving
Blood Craving Director


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 2006 Passing Time (Video)
 2002 Blood Craving (Video)
 2001 Date with a Vampire (Video) (as Gregory Cabot)
 1999 Crimson Nights (Video) (as Gregory Cabot)
 1993 Night Owl
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Directed "A Blind Date with Mary", Hollywood, CA.

Alternate Names:

Gregory Cabot

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Personal Quote:

Anyone who can point and click a mouse is calling themselves a film editor these days.


Lived in Hollywood, California, from 2004-2005, where he directed two films: "Vampire Playmates 2" and "Nothing Happens". See more »

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