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BIO - DENNIS PRZYWARA

Dennis Przywara, born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, has been creating creative content for over 17 years working for clients such as PBS, Disney, NBC, ESPN, AT&T, CNN, and Comedy Central while working/editing with such top directors as Ridley and Tony Scott, The Coen Brothers, David Fincher, Martin Scorsese, Spike Jonze, and Jonathan Demme. 

He went on to directing/editing his first feature, “Starwoids,” a stranger than fiction documentary about Star Wars fans that won best documentary at The NoDance Film Festival and can be seen on Netflix.  He has also co-produced/edited “Jam,” a documentary about the fast track world of roller derby that won Grand Jury Prize at The South By Southwest Film Festival and can be seen on The Sundance Channel and Amazon.

Currently, he has been editing for such clients as FCA, JBL, Sony, Lionsgate, Pixar, and just helped produce/edit the feature length documentary, “Street Fighting Men,” which focuses on the lives of three African-American men fighting to build something lasting for themselves and future generations in the urban sprawl of Detroit.  “Street Fight Men” is currently traveling the festival circuit and will be released in 2019. He’s also a long time journalist, writing for FilmThreat.com among with other news/entertainment media.

Please contact him at dennispcreate@gmail.com or (818) 749-3046 and he’d love to chat with you about anything from production/post-production to why the movie, “Xanadu” is one of the most underrated roller disco films of modern time.

But for now, enjoy this amusing video of Fritz the dog trying to catch various food items.  The key is to never give up, my friends.  Never give up.

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SOME FUN FACTS ABOUT DENNIS

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  • In the creative field for over 17 years.

  • Once had high score on Galaga for 47 straight minutes.

  • Got "zinged" by Don Rickles.

  • Ate at Arby’s once.

  • Believes Han DID shoot first.

 

FRITZ THE WONDER DOG