Andrew Fleming

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Andrew Fleming
OccupationDirector, screenwriter
Years active1988–present

Andrew Fleming is an American director and screenwriter. He directed and wrote or co-wrote the films Bad Dreams, Threesome,[1] The Craft, Dick, Nancy Drew, Hamlet 2, Barefoot, and Ideal Home. He also directed, without writing, the 2003 film The In-Laws. He has also directed episodes of the television series Arrested Development and Grosse Pointe, among others.

He studied filmmaking at New York University film school.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Director Writer Executive
Producer
1988 Bad Dreams Yes Yes No
1994 Threesome Yes Yes No
Every Breath No Yes No
1996 The Craft Yes Yes No
1999 Dick Yes Yes No
2003 The In-Laws Yes No No
2007 Nancy Drew Yes Yes No
2008 Hamlet 2 Yes Yes Yes
2014 Barefoot Yes No No
2018 Ideal Home Yes Yes No
2020 The Craft: Legacy No No Yes

Television[edit]

Year Title Director Producer Writer Notes
2000–01 Grosse Pointe Yes Consulting No 16 episodes
2002 Paranormal Girl Yes Yes Yes TV movie
2005 Arrested Development Yes No No Episode: "Queen for a Day"
2005 Head Cases Yes No No Episode: "Pilot"
2007 The Loop Yes No No Episode: "Windows"
2009 No Heroics Yes No No TV movie
2011 Franklin & Bash Yes No No 2 episodes
2013 Wedding Band Yes No No Episode: "99 Problems"
2013 New Girl Yes No No Episode: "The Box"
2013–14 The Michael J. Fox Show Yes No No 4 episodes
2014–15 Bad Judge Yes No No 4 episodes
2015 Odd Mom Out Yes Executive No 4 episodes
2015 Difficult People Yes No No Episode: "Library Water"
2015 Red Oaks Yes No No 2 episodes
2016 Lady Dynamite Yes No No 2 episodes
2016–18 Younger Yes No No 7 episodes
2018–19 Insatiable Yes Executive No 8 episodes
2019 Dolly Parton's Heartstrings Yes No No Episode: "Jolene"
2020 Emily in Paris Yes Executive No

Acting[edit]

Year Title Role
2009 Fired Up! Klete Vanderjack
2010 Easy A Doctor
2011 Friends with Benefits Driver
2014 Annie Cleve Sweetzer

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref.
2009 Gold Derby Awards Original Song Hamlet 2 Nominated
OFTA Film Awards Best Music, Original Song Nominated
2014 Santa Barbara International Film Festival Panavision Spirit Award for International Camera Barefoot Nominated
2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival Audience Award Ideal Home (film) Nominated
FilmOut Audience Awards Best Comedy Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Janet Maslin (April 8, 1994). "Menage a Trois With Hip Pretensions". The New York Times.
  2. ^ Juergens, Brian (August 27, 2008). "Interview with "Hamlet 2" director Andrew Fleming". AfterElton.com. Archived from the original on May 8, 2009. Retrieved September 28, 2011.

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