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Nathaniel Kahn (born November 9, 1962 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American filmmaker. His documentaries My Architect (2003) — about his father, the famous architect Louis Kahn — and Two Hands (2006) were nominated for Academy Awards. His mother is Harriet Pattison.
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