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Greg Harrison (III)


Harrison's first two features, Groove (2000) and November (2005), both premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and were released by Sony Pictures Classics. Groove, a comedy chronicling one night in the San Francisco rave scene, garnered an Independent Spirit Award nomination for best feature. November, an experimental drama starring Courteney Cox, ... See full bio »
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Filmography

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 2004 November
 2000 Groove
 1995 Seduction Story (Short)
 1994 Amy Grant: Building the House of Love (Video documentary) (as Gregory Harrison)
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 2004 November
 2000 Groove
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 2000 Groove
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 2000 Groove (producer)
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 2008 We Are Croissan'wich (Short) (very special thanks)

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2006: Wrote and directed "Marlene Redux: A True Hollywood Story!", a satirical documentary about the life and death of acclaimed Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli, done in the style of an E! True Hollywood Story. It premiered at London's Tate Modern in 2006 and was exhibited at museums and galleries internationally. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Gregory Harrison
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As a Freshman at Michigan State University, Harrison created "The Show", a student-produced sitcom set in a college dorm. Taped live in front of a studio audience, "The Show" is the longest-running college television show in the nation, spanning 20 years. See more »

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