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Christopher Kublan


Christopher Kublan is a director and writer, known for Friends and Romans (2014), Giving It Up (1999) and Some Other Time (2013). See full bio »
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Known For

Friends and Romans
(2014)
Giving It Up
Giving It Up Director
(1999)
Some Other Time
Some Other Time Director
(2013)
Beyoncé: Yoncé
Beyoncé: Yoncé Producer
(2013)

Filmography

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 1999 Giving It Up (writer)
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 2016 Machine Gun Kelly & Camila Cabello: Bad Things (Video short) (producer)
 2013 Beyoncé: Yoncé (Video short) (producer)
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 1994 Without Consent (TV Movie) (production coordinator - as Chris Kublan)
 1994 The Substitute Wife (TV Movie) (production coordinator)
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 2014 Friends and Romans
Joey Two Chins
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 1994 Bionic Ever After? (TV Movie) (production supervisor)

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I was way more influenced by films about theater in Hollywood or films about Italian-Americans that weren't mafia related. Tone-wise, I loved "Moonstruck" which affectionately and funnily but still accurately conveyed the Italian-American experience without condescending to it. And then Preston Sturges' "Sullivan's Travels," a great film about a successful 1940's Hollywood comedy director who ... See more »

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