Josh Gordon (director)
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Josh Gordon is an American film director, producer and writer.
He is best known for directing the films Blades of Glory, The Switch and Office Christmas Party. He is one half of the directing team known as Speck and Gordon with co-director Will Speck. He has also been nominated for an Academy Award for his short film Culture and an Emmy nomination for his series The Power Inside starring Harvey Keitel.
Gordon was born in New York City to Jeffrey Gordon, a political activist and lawyer and Anita Gordon, a nurse. Gordon moved to Berkeley, California and then to Los Angeles where he attended The Oakwood School. Gordon attended New York University, where he studied screenwriting and film.
|1997||Culture||Directors & Writers||Short|
Chicago International Film Festival - Best Narrative Short Film - Silver Hugo
Nominated - Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film
Chicago International Film Festival - Best Narrative Short Film - Certificate of Merit
|2007||Blades of Glory||Directors||Nominated - MTV Movie Award for Best Movie|
Nominated - Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie – Comedy
|Cavemen||Directors & Executive Producers||TV series (4 episodes)|
|2013||The Power Inside||Directors & Executive Producers||TV Mini-Series Short (6 episodes)|
Nominated - Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches - Drama Series
|2016||Flaked||Directors||TV series (2 episodes)|
|Office Christmas Party||Directors & Executive Producers|
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