Greg Harrison
Greg Harrison recently directed November, a psychological thriller starring Courteney Cox. It premiered in the Dramatic Competition at Sundance 2004, won the Cinematography Award, and was distributed by Sony Pictures Classics. He was also named one of the “10 Directors to Watch” by Variety. Harrison made his debut as the writer/director of Groove. It premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, where Sony Pictures Classics purchased the worldwide rights. It also received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Feature Film Under $500,000. Next, Harrison is scheduled to direct the feature The Radioactive Boy Scout, which he has developed with his producing partners Danielle Renfrew and Bill Horberg. This project was part of the 2006 Sundance Labs, and will be part of Sundance's public script reading series.  He is represented by CAA and Management 360. Harrison lives in Los Angeles. Greg Harrison won the Script Development award at The Sundance Film Festival in 2005 and the Sloan Filmmaker Fund at the Tribeca Film Institute in 2008 for The Radioactive Boy Scout