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Film director

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Douglas Buck

Film director

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Douglas Buck is an American film director.


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Buck grew up in Long Island, later moving to New York City, where he began making films while working as an airport electrical engineer. Buck started by making short films, including Cutting Moments (1997), Home (1998), and Prologue (2003), all three of which were collected together in the Family Portraits anthology. Rue Morgue magazine selected Cutting Moments as one of its "100 Alternative Horror Films". In 2004 he began making a new version of Brian De Palma's 1973 film Sisters starring Lou Doillon, Stephen Rea and Chloë Sevigny, which was released in 2007, and described by Variety as "a worthy partner to his predecessor's famously violent slasher thriller". His latest film is The Broken Imago, an eco-horror film influenced by the 1976 Spanish film Quién puede matar a un niño.

Buck also co-wrote the 1999 film Terror Firmer.


  • After All (1995)
  • Cutting Moments (1997)
  • Home (1998)
  • Prologue (2003)
  • Sisters (2006)
  • The Theatre Bizarre (2011)
  • The Broken Imago (in production)
  • References

    Douglas Buck Wikipedia

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