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Stuart Fenegan

Stuart Fenegan is a producer and writer, known for Moon (2009), Source Code (2011) and Warcraft (2016). See full bio »

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Known For

Moon
Moon Producer
(2009)
Source Code
Source Code Producer
(2011)
Warcraft
Warcraft Producer
(2016)
Mute
Mute Producer
(2018)

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 2018/II Mute (producer) (post-production)
 2016 Warcraft (producer)
 2011 Source Code (co-producer)
 2009 Moon (producer)
 2007 Too Much Too Young (producer)
 2006 The Man Who Sold the World (producer)
 2004 Cargo (co-producer)
 2004/I Indecision (Short) (producer)
 2001 Suave Bastard (Short) (producer)
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 2001 Suave Bastard (Short)
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 2003 Shoot Me! (TV Series) (production manager)
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 2010 Filmmakers Q&A at the Sundance Film Festival (Video documentary short)
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 2010 The Making of 'Moon' (Video documentary short)
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