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Began making vacation films and neighborhood comedies in the fifth grade, after his grandfather gave him an 8mm camera
Won the Kodak Teenager Movie Award when he was only fourteen
Formed ZM Productions during his first year at USC, with a fellow student
Served as an executive producer on the critically acclaimed documentary "Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse" and the Emmy Award-winning "Images of Life: Photographs that Changed the World"
Directed specials on the making of films like "Empire of the Sun," "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"
Made his non-documentary feature film directorial debut with the box office hit, "Encino Man"
Directed the pallid remake of "Miracle on 34th Street"
Helmed the remake "Flubber", starring Robin Williams
Enjoyed box office success with "Blue Streak"
Directed the Western "American Outlaws"
Helmed the comedy "The Man" starring Samuel L. Jackson and Eugene Levy
Directed Cedric the Entertainer in the comedy "Code Name: The Cleaner"
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USC School of Cinema-Television:
Los Angeles , California