Mitch Davis

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Mitch Davis
Alma mater Brigham Young University
Occupation Director, producer, writer
Notable work

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. His latest feature, Christmas Eve, is an ensemble piece in the vein of Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve.

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


Theatrical releases[edit]

Year Film Director Producer Writer Starring
1994 Windrunner No No Yes Russell Means, Margot Kidder
2001 The Other Side of Heaven Yes No Yes Anne Hathaway, Christopher Gorham
2015 Christmas Eve Yes Yes Yes Patrick Stewart, Jon Heder, James Roday, Cheryl Hines, Gary Cole, Max Casella

Other releases[edit]

Year Film Director Producer Writer Starring
2010 (DVD) A House Divided Yes No Yes F. Murray Abraham
2014 (TV) Handel's Messiah No No Yes (documentary)


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