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Duane Graves


Received a VHS camcorder as a Christmas present in 1988 and began making wacky horror movies in his backyard with childhood chum Rene Moreno, who later became the subject of his much praised feature documentary Up Syndrome (2000) which went on to win the National Media Award from the Down Syndrome Congress of the USA in 2002. Graduated from Texas A... See full bio »

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 2013 Black Metal (Short)
 2012 Butcher Boys
 2011 Slacker 2011 (segment editor)
 2005 Headlong (Short)
 2003 Voltägen (Short)
 2002 The Hypostatic Union (Short)
 2002 Headcheese (Video short)
 2000 Up Syndrome (Documentary)
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His father worked as an engineer for KENS-TV, the CBS affiliate TV station in San Antonio, Texas, while he was growing up. Mr. Graves often brought home broken or discarded cameras, then fixed them for Duane, who began experimenting with them at a very early age. Duane has often described this as the main reason he took an interest in filmmaking. See more »

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Scorpio

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