Gregory Orr (filmmaker)
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In 1993 Orr produced his first documentary, Jack L. Warner: The Last Mogul, a feature-length biography of his mother's stepfather, the movie pioneer Jack L. Warner. It was later nominated for an Emmy Award.
Orr's other films include Parole: Prison Without Bars (2000), The Day They Died (2003), Alone (2004, short), and Recreator (2011). As Recreator, later entitled, Cloned: The Recreator Chronicles (2012), marked the filmmaker's debut in feature-length, psychological thrillers, the movie and Orr's creative journey were explored in issue number 62 of Indie Slate magazine, distributed throughout North America and in parts of Australia.
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