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Emmy award winning filmmaker Josh Greenbaum is the man behind "The Short Game." Originally from upstate NY, he now resides in California. He has written and directed for some major companies including Paramount, Comedy Central, Fox, Funny or Die and CBS. Most recently, he directed a short film for the Clinton Foundation that starred Matt Damon, Kevin Spacey, Sean Penn, Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Bill Clinton, and Kristen Wiig. He is a graduate of Cornell and Oxford Universities, and also received his Mfa in film from the graduate program at USC's School of Cinematic Arts. He is married with two 8 month-old identical twin girls, named Zoe and Maizy (named after the characters in John Hughes film "Uncle Buck"). What it's about: "The Short Game" follows the the best 7-year old golfers in the world as they train for and compete in the World Championships of Junior Golf." What he wants audiences to know: "First off, »

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