David Dessites

David Dessites



David Dessites is an American director and producer best known for his work in the film and television industry. He has directed and produced feature films, television series, and documentaries in a wide variety of genres. He is also a talented cinematographer, editor, and sound designer.

David began working in the entertainment industry in the mid-1990s, working on the production teams of several independent films. He soon began directing his own projects, often working with the same talented crews and actors. His first feature film, "The Miracle of St. Anthony," was released in 2000 and was a critical success.

Since then, David has gone on to direct and produce a wide range of films, including the popular comedy "You Again," starring Kristen Bell and Jamie Lee Curtis. He has also directed several documentaries, including "The Rise and Fall of the Berlin Wall" and "The Making of the Atomic Bomb."

David has also worked extensively in television, directing and producing shows for networks such as HBO, Showtime, and the BBC. He has worked on hit shows such as "The Wire," "House of Cards," and "The Newsroom." He has also worked on the acclaimed miniseries "John Adams" and the critically acclaimed drama "Boardwalk Empire."

In addition to his directing and producing credits, David is also an accomplished cinematographer and editor. He has worked on projects for Disney, Universal, and Paramount, and his editing work has been featured in films such as "The Departed," "Insidious," and "Gone Girl."

David Dessites is a highly respected director and producer, and his work has earned him numerous awards and nominations. He continues to work in both film and television, and his films have been seen around the world. He is a talented filmmaker who has made an indelible mark on the entertainment industry.

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