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David Garrett (screen writer)

David Garrett is an American filmmaker best known for directing and producing the feature-length documentary film "Who is Alvin Greene?", following South Carolina's unlikely Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate Alvin Greene on the 2010 campaign trail.[1] The film is co-directed and co-produced by Leslie Beaumont.[2]


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