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Doug Pray


Doug Pray is best known as a director of feature documentary films about American subcultures and maverick individuals. He has also directed short films and documentary-style commercials for a wide range of major clients and causes. The youngest of four boys, Doug was born in Denver, Colorado, and grew up in Madison, Wisconsin, where his father ... See full bio »
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 2013 Levitated Mass (Documentary)
 2010 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
- Art & Copy (2010)
 2009 Feel Your Heart Race (TV Movie)
 2009 Art & Copy (Documentary)
 2007 Surfwise (Documentary)
 2007 Big Rig (Documentary)
 2005 Infamy (Documentary)
 2005 Scratch All the Way Live (Documentary)
 2005 Sidewalk Gallery (Short)
 2004 Veer (Documentary short)
 2002 Sundance 20 (Documentary)
 2001 Scratch (Documentary)
 1996 Hype! (Documentary)
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