Doug Atchison


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Doug Atchison is a writer and director, known for Akeelah and the Bee (2006), The Pornographer (1999) and Brian Banks (2018). See full bio »

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(2006)
(1999)
Brian Banks Writer
(2018)

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 2018 Brian Banks (written by)
 2007 Spinning Into Butter (writer)
 2006 Akeelah and the Bee (written by)
 1999 The Pornographer (writer)
 1990 Ellen's Father (Short)
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 1990 Ellen's Father (Short)
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 1999 The Pornographer
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 1999 The Distraction (assistant director)
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 1999 The Pornographer (videographer)
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 1999 The Pornographer (producer)
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 2017 Mothers in the Middle (Documentary) (special thanks)
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 2019 On the Red Carpet: Brian Banks the Movie (TV Movie)
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 2009 Tales from the Script (Documentary)
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(November 19 to December 27, 2015) His original screenplay, "Akeelah and The Bee," was adapted by Cheryl L. West for the stage in a Children's Theater Company of Minneapolis production at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Charles Randolph Wright was director.
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Graduated from USC in 1990. See more »

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