MICHAEL DOWSE (Director) began his career as an editor and
by directing short films and music videos. In 2000, he made his first feature
FUBAR, which opened Midnight Madness at the Sundance Film Festival. It's All
Gone Pete Tong, Dowse's second feature, won the City Award at the 2004 Toronto
International Film Festival, and Best Film at both HBO's Aspen Comedy Festival
and the Gen Art Film Festival in New York. Recent films include FUBAR II, which
opened Midnight Madness at TIFF in 2010, Take Me Home Tonight, starring Anna
Faris and Chris Pratt was released by Relativity Media in 2011. Goon, starring
Jay Baruchel, Liev Shrieber and Seann William Scott, the top grossing Canadian
film of 2012. As well as 2014s What If, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan,
Adam Driver and Mackenzie Davis. Michael's work in television include Preacher,
Man Seeking Woman and Future Man, as well as the Spike Jonze executive produced
series FUBAR: Age Of Computer for Vice. Michael lives in Montreal with his wife
Jennifer, two children, Wilson and Charlotte, and chocolate lab, Penny.
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