Mitch Davis

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Mitch Davis
Born United States
Occupation Director, producer, writer

Mitch Davis is a film director[1] noted for his 2001 film The Other Side of Heaven about the trials and adventures of an LDS Missionary, John H. Groberg.[2]

Other films Mitch Davis has written and directed include Windrunner, as well as the romance A House Divided, a modern-day tale of Jewish man's undying love for a Palestinian woman in Israel.

Davis is a Latter-day Saint and received a bachelor's degree in English from Brigham Young University in 1982.[3]


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