Francine McDougall

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Francine McDougall
Occupation Film director, film producer, photographer, television director, television producer, screenwriter
Years active 1993–present

Francine McDougall is an Australian film director, film producer, photographer, television director, television producer and screenwriter. She is best known for directing the 2001 comedy film Sugar & Spice, her feature film directorial debut. She also directed the Disney Channel Original Movies Go Figure (2005) and Cow Belles (2006).

Life and career[edit]

McDougall grew up in Sydney, Australia.[1] In 1996, she directed the short film Pig!, a film that won a Sundance Film Festival award for best short film.[2] In the next year she directed another short film entitled The Date starring Marla Sokoloff. From 2008–2010, McDougall was one of frequent directors of the Playhouse Disney series Imagination Movers.

She is also an accomplished photographer with her official website showcasing much of her work. She currently lives in Los Angeles.[1]


  • The Junky's Christmas (1993, short film, producer)
  • Pig! (1996, short film, director and writer)
  • The Date (1997, short film, director, producer and writer)
  • Little Jimmy Scott: Why Was I Born? (1998, documentary, producer)
  • Mosiac (2000, TV documentary, director, producer and writer)
  • Sugar & Spice (2001, director)
  • Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Charlie's Angels (2004, TV film, director)
  • Go Figure (2005, TV film, director)
  • Cow Belles (2006, TV film, director)
  • Imagination Movers (2008–2010, TV series, director)


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