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Name  Mitch Davis
Role  Film director

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Alma mater  Brigham Young University
Occupation  Director, producer, writer
Notable work  The Other Side of Heaven Christmas Eve
Movies  The Other Side of Heaven, Subconscious Cruelty, Language of the Enemy, Christmas Eve, Windrunner
Similar People  John H Groberg, Joe Folau, Karim Hussain, Nathaniel Lees, Christopher Gorham

Education  Brigham Young University

Mitch Davis, director of "The Stray" interviewed about the new film playing in theaters October 6th

Mitch Davis is a film director noted for his 2001 film The Other Side of Heaven about the trials and adventures of an LDS Missionary, John H. Groberg.

Davis is a Latter-day Saint and received a bachelor's degree in English from Brigham Young University in 1982.

He earned his master’s in film production from the University of Southern California. While working on his graduate degree, he worked as a creative executive at Disney and worked on Dead Poet’s Society (1989), White Fang (1991), The Rocketeer (1991), and Newsies (1992). He then worked as vice-president of development at Columbia’s Cash and Epps Entertainment production company.

Davis wrote the Disney Channel film Windrunner (1994), which he was originally slated to direct, but was replaced in that role. After The Other Side of Heaven, he wrote and directed the romance A House Divided, a modern-day tale of Jewish man's undying love for a Palestinian woman in Israel. His latest feature, Christmas Eve, is an ensemble piece in the vein of Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve.


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