Gregory Orr (filmmaker)

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Gregory Orr (born in Los Angeles) is an American writer and director of documentary and fiction films. He is the son of actress Joy Page and TV producer William T. Orr.[1]

Career[edit]

Orr attended Boston University and the California Institute of the Arts, where he studied under film director Alexander Mackendrick.[citation needed]

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.[citation needed]

Orr's other films include Parole: Prison Without Bars (2000), The Day They Died (2003), Alone (2004, short), and Recreator (2011).[2] 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.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ McLellan, Dennis (2008-04-24). "Joy Page, 1924 - 2008 – Actress played newlywed refugee in 'Casablanca'". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2016-05-03.
  2. ^ Gregory Orr on IMDb
  3. ^ "Indieslate.com Mobile Apps – App Technology News". Retrieved 2018-01-02.

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